Taiwanease Happy Hour at the Church Bar, Thursday the 19th!

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Taiwanease Happy Hour at the Church Bar, Thursday the 19th!

Postby maoman » 13 Apr 2012, 18:07

Having you been looking to meet some great people, have some drinks, and fill that spiritual void inside of you all at the same time? Well, save the date - 7:30 pm, April 19th we're going to have a Taiwanease Happy Hour at the Church Bar, Taipei's newest watering hole, run by our very own Lord Lucan! :cool:

Lord Lucan is offering us the following drink specials:

$100 Gold Medal Taiwan Beer (Draught) :beer:
$200 Guinness (Draught)
$150 standard drinks

The Church Bar is located at No. 16, Alley 19, Lane 216, Zhōngxiào East Road Section 4, Dà'ān District, Taipei

Click here for Church Bar's details in the Taiwanease Directory.

See you at Church! :)

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