The 2019-20 Season

ShootTheJay

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So, with Baja Bean closing, what is now the "Most VCU Bar" in Richmond?
Village?
The Village probably sells more beer on a game night than the founders room does.
The Local?

We have a steady crew at City Dogs in the Fan, every game gets audio and they just put a TV on the patio as well. The games that need to be streamed are always tough but we typically get it figured out.
 

VCU74

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City Beach is about as close size wise as there might be and they have a bunch of tv’s and put most on the game.
Scoped them out a little; manager said they have a pretty good VCU crowd already but would of course welcome more:)
 

MobileMunchies

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City Beach is about as close size wise as there might be and they have a bunch of tv’s and put most on the game.
Scoped them out a little; manager said they have a pretty good VCU crowd already but would of course welcome more:)
I think that's the old honda house (or, honda world?), right? I bought my first bike there, a Nighthawk 650.
 

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I definitely vote City Beach. Watched the first of the .4 games there and had a great time.

City Dogs is good too, but might be a little small if a dedicated crowd starts showing up. Good overflow spot.
 
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VCU74

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I think that's the old honda house (or, honda world?), right? I bought my first bike there, a Nighthawk 650.
Yep... a buddy of mine took his bike there for a tuneup, the mech dropped a bit down the plug hole. Found it after buttoning the bike up and starting it.
Long story but he got a replacement engine out of it.
 
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MobileMunchies

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Yep... a buddy of mine took his bike there for a tuneup, the mech dropped a bit down the plug hole. Found it after buttoning the bike up and starting it.
Long story but he got a replacement engine out of it.
Dude who sold bikes there told me at age 17 (with a couple reckless driving tix on my record), when I walked in looking around at bikes, something about knowing when he first sees someone if they'll ever be a rider or not, told me flat out I'd never be one. Came back a year later and rode off on one, but used a different sales person.