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14-04-2012, 11:36   #76
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get the curry wurst in and ill commute to drink there
Same here
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14-04-2012, 11:54   #77
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Thanks for the comments guys. Research has shown that this is a runner. Problem is finance. Banks are not open to it as it is too risky. I looked at a franchaise with the Bavarian Beerhouse who have a few operations in London but they have not replied and secondly if you have a franchaise it would only sell their products and as anybody in Ireland knows a bar without a Guinness, Carlsberg or Heineken tap is not worth opening regardless of German beers! I have some funds myself but need to find a partner who would be interested in a operation such as this and prepared to invest in it.
I do hope it will be better than those Irish-themed pubs on the Continent with their excessive fake knick-knacks and awful Guinness. I'm not so sure about staff in lederhosen and dirndl dresses. Whatever option you do come up with, I will certainly visit and will happily publicise if it's any good.
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Purpose-built Fachwerkhaus?!
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03-09-2012, 11:17   #79
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super idee. ist das noch aktuell oder ist die sache inzwischen gestorben? die idee mit einem deutschen schuppen in dublin hatte ich auch schon…hab halt nur leider keine ahnung vom kneipenbusiness und beschränke mich daher i.d.r. aufs trinken…
sollte das mit dem deutschen laden in dublin was werden, ich würde auf jeden fall hingehen…und ich denke der markt für eine deutsche kneipe wäre da…müsste halt gut gemacht sein, wobei man dabei vermutlich an ein paar deutschland-klischees nicht ganz vorbeikäme…
wichtig wäre natürlich eine ordentliche auswahl deutscher biere, bundesliga und sonstiger deutschland-relevanter sport live (das murray’s ist ja so ein übler saftladen) sowie deutsches essen und hier idealerweise nicht nur bratwürste…sachen wie schupfnudeln mit kraut, belegte seelen, butterbrezen, leberkäs, maultaschen, schnitzel und so…was halt wirtschaftlich machbar ist in dublin…
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