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Moondoggies is no more and it feels like an end of an era

Posted by ThePacificBeach.com on Sunday, March 2, 2014, In : Pub Crawls 
I had a lot of memories at Moondoggies. It was one of my go to spots when I was 21 years old and a senior at SDSU. I associate Moondoggies with my college years and the few years after it. Well, it's now closed and new businesses like Duck Dive prosper and take more of the market share. Who can blame them? They have great food and sit really close to the water. 

To me, it feels like it's an end to my era. I am no longer that 20 something year old and those memories are only in mind with no phy...
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Labor Day weekend at Typhoon Saloon in Pacific Beach

Posted by ThePacificBeach.com on Sunday, September 8, 2013, In : Pub Crawls 
I went to Typhoon Saloon in Pacific Beach for Labor Day weekend with 16 other people. We wanted to do some catching up with our friends so we decided to meet at 7pm there. There was a lot of room for us and the place was quiet enough for us to hear each other without yelling. The clubbing crowd doesn't come until 10pm. A lot of people don't know this but Typhoon Saloon also serves Fred's menu so if you want more TV screens and a more casual eating room, go there. We ended up staying until pas...
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Interesting ideas for pub crawl (bar crawl)

Posted by ThePacificBeach.com on Tuesday, July 10, 2012, In : Pub Crawls 
Themed pub crawls are getting ridiculously popular in Pacific Beach.

Here are the most common themes:
1. Golf pros and tennis hoes
2. Super heroes
3. Christmas (around Christmas season)
4. Sports jerseys
5. Nerds

Here are some interesting themes that you rarely see, if ever:
1. Animals
2. Transgender
3. Fruit
4. Military
5. Care bears

Have fun crawling!


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