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18-02-2020, 13:24   #46
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Wife (obviously)...plus her sister and husband. Nice to spend time with people whose company you enjoy.
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18-02-2020, 13:28   #47
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all the gang... I have a murder of crows at home who would love the place

great food here
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18-02-2020, 13:39   #48
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It's close to work, so would bring a few of the lads.
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18-02-2020, 13:44   #49
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An old pals reunion. Eugene and Michael (Smiley & Wallace!)
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18-02-2020, 13:48   #50
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I'd bring my wife and two others to be determined by a series of fights to the death, Thunderdome style.
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18-02-2020, 13:57   #51
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I'd bring my husband - and my daughters who each have a young baby and could do with a treat
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18-02-2020, 14:14   #52
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Bringing Brian, Brenda and Brianna to Brunch
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18-02-2020, 14:17   #53
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I plan going up to Dublin soon with 2 mates and younger brother for a catch up,we don't get to meet up often but plan a night away in Dublin including the zoo and a few drinks so this would be brilliant, finger crossed.
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18-02-2020, 14:22   #54
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I'd bring the other half and pals of ours.

The breakfast tacos sound unreal !!
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18-02-2020, 14:36   #55
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Have to be the wife & kids. She's been several times & raves about it, I've yet to try
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18-02-2020, 14:50   #56
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I'd just go myself and eat four times.
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18-02-2020, 15:17   #57
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Id bring my least traveled friends from down the country, seeing Dublin would be a big adventure for them
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18-02-2020, 15:21   #58
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My partner and 2 friends
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18-02-2020, 15:22   #59
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Brunch?
What's that?
we don't get out much with a young kid!

I think a babysitter would be due here though to bring my best mate and his gf too.
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18-02-2020, 15:24   #60
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I would bring, Mary Lou, Donald Trump, Boris Johnston and myself. Sensible crew.
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