Best place to watch a game in Delta or Surrey?

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Best place to watch a game in Delta or Surrey?

Postby ververgaert » Thu Sep 21, 2006 12:27 pm

I used to watch at the Dolphin in Surrey when I lived out that way. Good staff, good food and Pete and Chris were the most genorous tar benders I've ever encountered.

Now that I'm out Delta way its the Kennedy or the 120 bar and grill but they realy don't cut it unless you want bad service at a high price.

Any ideas?
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Postby Jester » Thu Sep 21, 2006 6:23 pm

That bar by cheers was pretty good. Mayday Malone's... I think it's called Score's now?

Haven't been forever, but they had cheap wings and such.
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Postby Ronning's Ghost » Thu Sep 21, 2006 7:51 pm

North Delta, eh ? I used to live there. I hope there is some positive element to this circumstance that makes it seem better to you than it did to me.

The Red Lion Inn at 80th and 112th (if it's still there) wasn't too bad. Friendly wait staff, at least. Of course, this is obviously old intel, and things might have changed.

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Postby ververgaert » Fri Sep 22, 2006 4:40 pm

I used to go to the Red lion in Nordell to play QB1. I even saw the lady that owns it light herself on fire with sterno ! What a bug that was!

Anyway that place moved across the street beside the hardware store and is not quite the same.

Yeah Ronnings Ghost the move back to N.D was positive considering that I had lived in Newton for the last 12 years. I grew up in Sunshine hills so Delta is old hat and quite comfortable for me.
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Re: Best place to watch a game in Delta or Surrey?

Postby DavidPratt_ » Sat Sep 23, 2006 9:48 pm

ververgaert wrote:I used to watch at the Dolphin in Surrey when I lived out that way. Good staff, good food and Pete and Chris were the most genorous tar benders I've ever encountered.

Now that I'm out Delta way its the Kennedy or the 120 bar and grill but they realy don't cut it unless you want bad service at a high price.

Any ideas?


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Postby The_Pauser » Sat Sep 23, 2006 11:43 pm

Jester wrote:That bar by cheers was pretty good. Mayday Malone's... I think it's called Score's now?

Haven't been forever, but they had cheap wings and such.


I think you're referring to All Star Sports grille. Great place to go. Great food and great service.
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