International Chicken Wing Week on August, 2017: Anyone know a good irish bar to go to in Sao Paulo on St Patricks Day?
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There was a group of translators and EFL teachers who used to go to Finnegan's as they regularly had cultural events. Details follow, and of other two Irish pubs as well. But once St. Patrick's is past, keep making Brazilian friends, learning the language and their ways. I know many people from the UK who isolated themselves in circles of British people (which is even more limiting than English-speaking) and never got to live the real Brazilian experience and fully understand the culture. Have fun. X
R. Cristiano Viana, 358 - Pinheiros
Tel: (11) 3062-3232
Este autêntico pub irlandês foi fundado em 1988 e é administrado pelos sócios fundadores Frank Phillips e Mário Fuchs. Suas especialidades são os petiscos. O público é jovem-adulto. Bom para relaxar depois de um dia de trabalho. O preço médio do serviço é R$15.
Dois eventos especiais fazem parte do calendário de comemorações da casa: o Saint Patrick`s Day – todo 17 de março o Finnegan`s serve o famoso chopp verde, em comemoração ao tradicional dia da cultura irlandesa – e também o Bloomsday - tradição retirada do romance Ulisses, de Joyce, que conta o único dia na vida do personagem Bloom, o 16 de junho. Neste dia os leitores de Joyce promovem encontros no mundo todo. Em São Paulo o Finnegans promove neste dia um sarau organizado por Haroldo de Campos, apresentando leituras de textos do escritor irlandês, apresentações teatrais e musicais.
Principais Pratos: Filé ao whisky, filé de frango ao Finnegan`s, chicken wings, canapés de salmão e kani e Finniburguer especial
Located in Jardins and open late every night, O'Malleys is one of the city`s longest serving pubs. For those who believe variety is the spice of life, the pub offers 10 beers on tap, 30 bottled beers (including imported), and any cocktail or shooter you can think of? O'Malley's offers an extensive food menu including all the pub favorites - burgers, steaks, pies, fish & chips and even an Irish stew. International sports lovers are well catered for at O'Malley's, they show football/soccer games from leagues all around the world. Other sports shown include rugby, golf, baseball, darts and even women's pro billiards. After you had had your fill of drink, food and sport you can either catch some live music, with a different band every night, or hit the dance floor upstairs. To find out what's on check the website: www.omalleysbar.net
Address Alameda Itú 1529, Jardins
Tel. (011) 3086 0780
ALL BLACK IRISH PUB
Located in São Paulo‘s classy Jardins neighborhood, the ‘All Black Irish Pub‘ is the latest addition to the city‘s international bar scene. The pub has an authentic Irish feel to it, serves Guinness, Old Speckled Hen and Carlsberg on tap, Belgian beers, Erdinger as well as a range of Irish Whiskeys and cocktails. Music ranges from classic rock and irish music to blues with live performances on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays as well on other days of the week. Email the pub at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be part of their mailing list or check their website for a full menu, specials and events.
Address Rua Oscar Freire, 163 - Jardins.
Tel. (011) 3088-7990
Hey, so I'm a 21year old male and I'm thinking about asking a girl who is 27 out....is that weird?
No, it is not at all weird that you want to date a woman who is six years older than you. Age is just a number, especially if you consider yourself to be more mature than others in your age group. The 27-year-old woman that you want to date is older than you in chronological years, and she may be considered as "older and mature."
Here is a list of things that the both of you can consider doing on a date:
Go out for pizza — ask them to cut the pie into the shape of a heart.
Sample live entertainment, such as a band at a local bar, instead of a movie.
Pick a TV show, get a season's worth on DVD and make a running date to watch it together every night.
Head out to a midnight cult movie, like The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Showgirls or Donnie Darko.
How about dinner and some stargazing at the planetarium's evening show?
Pick up a bucket of fried chicken and head for the drive-in.
Museums usually have one free night a week, so hit one then.
Find a happy hour with 10-cent wings and two-dollar draft beers.
Take a sketchpad to a scenic bluff and draw your own version of the vista.
Grab a basketball and hit the free courts at the park.
Sample international food at a street fair.
Hit the local video arcade.
Go to the library and page through the coffee-table art books.
Suit up and spend a late afternoon at the indoor pool of the Y.
Head to the highest point in town. Spend an early evening watching the twinkling lights turn on.
Find a bridge and walk across it; the view can't be beat.
Find a fountain and throw in 10 pennies, taking turns making wishes.
Write a poem together.
Stop at a fancy bakery and pick out a treat each — for each other.
Feed the ducks.
Hold a kiss for one elevator ride.
One word: Frisbee.
Ride a tandem bike.
Get up early or stay up all night (wink, wink) to watch the sunrise.
Do this kissing challenge: 100 kisses in three hours.
Climb a tree together.
what are Top 5 Lies About Israel’s Assault on Gaza ?
The most vicious lie is the claim that Israel is preventing humanitarian aid to Gaza.
Have you considered the humanitarian aid Israel has been providing to the Gazans? And this occurs while they are at war with the Gazans!
Defense minister Ehud Barak has given the green light for humanitarian aid to cross into Gaza. Some 80 trucks carrying food and medical supplies passed through the Kerem Shalom crossing.
Humanitarian aid includes food, medicines and medical equipment, tools and materials for essential humanitarian infrastructures, and a certain amount of diesel fuel. Cement, sand, gravel and steel are not considered to be humanitarian aid.
Via the conveyor at the Karni Crossing, hundreds of tons of grain - wheat, barley, soy beans, corn, sesame seeds and animal feed - are transferred from Israel to the Gaza Strip every week.
Via the Kerem Shalom and/or Sufa Crossing, the following supplies are transferred by truck from Israel to the Gaza Strip: food, including: baby formula and food, rice and legumes, fruits and vegetables, meat, chicken and fish, dairy products, flour and yeast, oil, salt and sugar; hygiene products; tools and raw materials for essential infrastructures; medicines and medical equipment; and a myriad of other items - ranging from school books to wheel chairs - needed by the civilian population.
Can you name any other country that has done this in the heat of initial military action against the enemy?