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Old 01-17-2013, 07:20 PM
 
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Hey man, have a good time, and you can over to Shore Drive too, which is very cool. There are places over near Chick's Beach that are very cool you can watch the game at places on Shore Drive like Shorebreak Sports Bar.

But, there will be more Raven's fans for Sure! Baltimore is on the East Coast and is the underdog, and on the Chesapeak Bay.
I'm hoping that I'll get a few pissed off Skins fans on my side.

Okay, one last question before I leave: I'll probably be getting in late on Saturday night...maybe midnight. I see that last call in VB is 2am. Are there any after hours clubs that might play music til morning? I don't care if they serve alcohol, just don't want to go to bed as soon as I get there.
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Old 01-17-2013, 08:16 PM
 
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Okay, I found an after hours club called Shakespeare's late, but three different links give me three different addresses. Do any of you know anything about it?
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Old 01-18-2013, 06:04 AM
 
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He man, I am one of the teed-off Skins fans! I want Baltimore for sure! There will be many disappointed Skins fans there. I have no idea about late hours bars because I am not a person that stays out in bars past 11 pm. I don't know anything about the late night scene , but Shorebreak will be packed with fans and I think closes at the normal time. Be safe.
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Old 01-18-2013, 08:55 AM
 
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I guess luckily for me, I'm superstitious. I don't wear my Patriots jersey on the day of a game. I wore it during last year's Super Bowl and they lost. Then, this season I wore it to a game and they lost. It'll stay in my closet until the season is over. However, my Celtics hat might give me away
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Old 01-21-2013, 06:20 AM
 
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Well, when you talk will give you away man with that northern accent! No worries, hope you enjoyed the games and the Ravens winning!!! Where did you watch the game?
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:39 PM
 
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I watched the first half of the game at Muphy's on Atlantic Ave. It was FULL of Patriots fans with accents ranging from northern to southern. I didn't expect to see so many Pats fans there.

Overall, I'm glad I made the trip and I really enjoyed the access to the animal preserves. I was a little surprised at the nightlife though. I did have a good time, but I had expected a bit more diversity in that department. I went down to the main area around 21st and 22nd and it had plenty of bar beer swilling soldiers and college students whose ages ranged from about 18-25. At 34, I looked like a dirty old man at the bar
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Old 01-23-2013, 06:04 AM
 
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haha, well I grew up there, and I remember those places. I guess those places are full of the younger crowd. There are some other places like AJ Gator's (sports bar with diverse crowd), Shorebreak I told you about. It is just that down at the oceanfront is different than the rest of Va. Beach. I don't remember any good sports places down at the oceanfront! Glad you enjoyed your visit.
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:34 PM
 
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Hello everyone...

I may be heading down to Virginia Beach for the upcoming long weekend; will there be much to do in the winter? Obviously many places will be closed, but will there at least be a few bars and clubs to go to on a Sunday night before a holiday?
The Oceanfront is like, 1% of Virginia Beach. The overwhelmingly majority of the city will be open.
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