National Novel Writing Month in BRUM
NaNoWriMo Regional Lounges - UK, Ireland & Europe
England :: Birmingham
Bringing the novels home in Birmingham.
O'Neils where we will be from 3:00 to 5:00 pm on Sunday
the car is a rather old VOLVO
the pub a plastic palace
I might well try this lunch tomorrow
the upper floor windows shout FAKE !!!
it is not the location, nor the food ,or even the beer, but the company which counts.
Newbies take your courage in both hands and come and meet a host of strangers.
You will be amazed at how easily we all will talk with each other.
No surprise - becaue we all share common interests and computer skills.
Debating in the Forums or usenet spills over into real life and most of us know how to listen and to discuss ,and even trolls and flamers are nicer when you meet them face to face
An infamous racist on the net in Denmark just turned out to be a broken down school master who had been forced to retire early with mental health problems. he is enormously literate and highly intelligent but totally lost and to be pitied.
I took the walk today from the bus 97 stop at Digbeth coach station and finally up Hurst Street and looked in O'Neils' , no probs,. even if totally fake, I continued past the markets and stocked up with bargain price fruit and vegetables
I had hoped to post a 25 picture photo blog but the image uploads failed time and time again
instead I have been warming up for NaNoWriMo and made two blogs totalling 2000 rambling words - for the first time ever
as soon as I return to a webpage which I have made, all my missed typos stand out
see you guys on Sunday !
from O'Neills Birmingham - Google Search
Name: O'Neills - Location: Birmingham
Address: The Arcadian Centre, 90 Hurst Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 4DT [ 0121 666 4951]
older user reviews of O'Neills, Birmingham
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
This pub is in the wrong place. Its not your usual O'Neills pub, shabby service, dirty floors etc.
anonymous - 2 Jan 2005 19:32
Went into oneills last weekend, and i must say what has happened to the place?We went there for a good night out, listening to live music not a tape layer on repeat!the service was awful, in fact i would say the staff were rude.Dont think
me and my friends will be going there again, like alot of people, as the place was also empty.
James Edwards - 4 Nov 2004 19:39
O’Neill’s - the largest Irish bar brand in the world - the place to meet friends, have fun and enjoy the music. Owned and operated by Mitchells and Butlers - the UK’s leading operator of managed pubs, bars and restaurants offering eating, drinking and entertainment for our customers in over 2,000 outlets.
To find out more information on the O'Neill's food menu and locations visit http://www.oneills.co.uk/home.php
might just as well go to a macdonalds
now if there was real ale
or real irish people
or a free house . . .
"real ale" Birmingham - Google Search