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Q: Hey! Anyone know of any Irish pubs in Guangzhou?

8 years 7 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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Yes - Hooleys (can't remember where it was though) I've been there a few times during my visits to Guangzhou and it's your average expat bar selling Guiness and pub food. Friendly enough.

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I think moonlake needs to be familiar with:

 

    www.gzstuff.com

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i went to a few of the irish pubs in GZ, same as back home.  Which begs the question, why travel 1000s of kilometers to sit in a pub with a bunch of people from backhome?

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There are many of them.  What part of Guangzhou are you in?  There is Paddy, Hooley's, The Tavern, McCulloughs, etc...

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