Saturday, January 28, 2017

rawdon's bar & lounge

located on malin road.  For those who don't know what "off licence" means, it means a shop licensed to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption off the premises, as opposed to a bar or public house which is licensed for consumption at the point of sale.



13 comments:

  1. Their entrance is inviting. Have you been there?

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    1. No, I haven't been to Rawdons but will be going sometime soon. We will take some friends there when they come and visit.

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  2. I am only shocked by the Bavaria and Heineken sign's . Dutch beers. I like to see local or at last Irish beers.

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  3. Judging by the window displays, they cater for all seasons and customers too!

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  4. Rawdon's looks tres inviting Bill, hope the beer is as good!

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  5. It appears to be a nice place to stop and get warm and enjoy a brew with some friends. What does "Off Licence" mean?

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  6. Ha Bill, Heerlijk wat 'n gezellige eettent, zou daar graag plaats willen nemen op een van de bankjes voor de zaak.
    Fijn weekend gewenst, groet Kees.

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  7. ...and what does off license mean?

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  8. I'm also wondering what off license refers to.

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  9. Just so long as they're not selling any Samuel Adams. Not this weekend anyway. :-)

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  10. I know what it is. Not that I drink that much, but I always find something nice and with a nice price compared to Norway.

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