Two more questions for now:
1. Any good kebaberies for a 3am drunken munch, or are they all much of a muchness?
2. Anywhere that does a particularly good English breakfast?
2. I've kind of alarmingly realised I've never gone out for a proper breakfast here. The one time i went out to a pub with the intention of buying a full breakfast was at a sports bar to watch the RWC, and that was a crap breakfast. Outside of your bog standard Wetherspoon's affair or B&B, I can't really think where you'd go.
Last edited by Howe_zat; 07-01-2012 at 09:57 AM.
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Well I don't know if that's really that cheap wrt Liverpool or Glasgow, have no reference point for that other than Loughborough, where pizza is roughly twice as much.
Really, veto'd Newcastle? It caters for all, from damn, damn good rock clubs to drunken brawls with pissed up footballers. Awesome paintball place just off the A1 too.
Don't know too much of Leeds, only been on student nights out - Hope its Fab Cafe has improved though, wasn't a patch on Manchesters last time I was in (didn't even have a Dalek ffs)
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i wouldnae recommend nation of shopkeepers - it is, or used to be, great for a night of quality boozing with live music but then it transformed into hipster central
3 pizzas for 10 quid's the standard at yer generic asian takeaway outside the centre and that on its own is worth a trip over from stockholm, thinking about it...
Last edited by Beleg; 07-01-2012 at 07:36 PM.
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