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64 Devonshire Street,
(02) 9211 1687
(02) 9211 2988
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Blair from SydneyThis place rocks. They have the balls to not only challenge DJ culture but to put on some of the best non mainstream bands in the world and make it a roaring success. The Guiness is excellent by the way - not to be missed.26 Nov 2003
Nick from GladesvilleAlways supporting great local musos, Good beer selction. They need real glasses and more just any form seating in the main viewing area, always plenty eye candy! 1 Nov 2003
Deirdrè from sydneywas i practically brought up in the gaelic club, my dad, and uncle both played in irish bands there .. i have great memories of this place!!23 Jul 2003
Michelle from Irelandwe lived in Surry Hills for a year and i have great memories of watching the Irish world cup games 2002 in the GAA club, the atmocphere was electric - it would make u proud to b Irish.16 Jul 2003
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