I'm moving to San Diego.

Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by BewareOfTheSteve, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. BewareOfTheSteve

    BewareOfTheSteve New Member

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    Any fans out there? Any recommendations for a soccer bar for anyone with even a slight knowledge of the area?

    Waking up early on Saturdays is going to be a delight... :oops:
     
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  2. nevzter

    nevzter Well-Known Member

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  3. stlouisbrad

    stlouisbrad Active Member

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    I'm moving to San Diego

    I'm so jealous. I haven't lived in San Diego in about 4 years, but I think your two best bets are:

    Princess Pub and Grille
    1665 India Street
    &
    Shakespeare Pub and Grill
    3701 India Street
     
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  4. WhitesBhoy

    WhitesBhoy Active Member

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    RE: I

    Enjoy the Gas Light District! One crazy night there many moons ago.
     
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  5. americanmike

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    One of my fave cities...enjoy!

    You out there permanently or what? And ask any of the Fulhafornians, it ain't going to be wake up for 7am kick offs!
     
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  6. SoCalJoe

    SoCalJoe Well-Known Member

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    BewareOfTheSteve; you're going to find it rough out here in the winter. I think the high in SD yesterday was a brutal 67 degrees :roll:

    Whereabouts exactly were you moving to? The only regular poster from down there is jlough (you might want to pm him to see what pub he goes to). As pointed out, the Gaslamp Quarter downtown has all kinds of pubs.
    Will echo Nev's statement that the toughest thing will be having to get up early as 5 am on Sat. to catch your team live.
     
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  7. RidgeRider

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    Steve, the 7AM games aren't so tough, it is the 4:45AM games. :wink:
     
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  8. LaxAttack

    LaxAttack Well-Known Member

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    I love San Diego. I am actually headed there this weekend to hang out with some friends.
     
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  9. BewareOfTheSteve

    BewareOfTheSteve New Member

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    I'm out there quasi-permanently, I guess. Honestly, I don't have a job or anything... just going to kind of swing it. I'm in Dallas right now, also looking for a soccer bar here for Saturday :), and just putting a few things together while taking the opportunity to visit some family.

    Thanks for all the well wishes...


    Thanks for the recommendations brad and the link nevzter... knew people here would be willing and able to lend a hand.

    SoCalJoe, what is LA to San Diego? About a 2 hour drive? I was thinking about coming up in a couple weeks to catch the US - Sweden match.

    I'm going to be staying in a couple miles from San Diego State, maybe about six miles from the heart of the city.


    And I think AmericanMike is right.... Ridge, 4:45am games might be easier just staying up all night... the 7AM ones will be rougher staying awake :oops:
     
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  10. SoCalJoe

    SoCalJoe Well-Known Member

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    * Three magic words you'll get used to: Depending on Traffic

    From SDSU to the Home Depot Center is no more than 2 hours *
    Not sure what day of the week the US-Sweden game is (assuming it's on a weekend). However, some 2 hr. drives are worse than others. That drive (for someone who hasn't done it) has a bunch of great coast towns, a good chunk right along the Pacific Ocean before heading up the 405 fwy.
     
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