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FISHFAN44
05-24-2005, 01:22 PM
I know this will get moved please give it time please because, there is no one on the other forums. Need help to where there are bars that are Dolphin freindly. I can go anywhere and am not afraid to where my aqua and orange because the last couple of times the FINS where in Philly I wore my colors proudly of coarse I got harrased but, I was able to handle myself. I just want to be able to watch the game in the same atmosphere where it's the main game on. Most bars I have been in have every game on and it's so disruptive you can't enjoy the game and with no games on prime time don't know how many games I'll get to see. I live in South Jersey.

RAS25
05-24-2005, 01:24 PM
U *******

Bizones
05-24-2005, 01:32 PM
The Ramada Inn on Route 10 in East Hanover is probably the best Dolphins bar in Jersey. It's packed with fin fans and they put the dolphins games on the HUGE tv, give out drink specials when the dolphins score and the whole nine. It's called the Sportz Bistro, but its inside the Ramada Inn in East Hanover. The owner is a HUGE dolphins fan and the place is decked out in fins memorablia.

MelbournePhin
05-24-2005, 01:33 PM
how come there are so many fin fans in jersey?

FISHFAN44
05-24-2005, 01:33 PM
U *******

GROW UP. Can't be bothered with a response.

RAS25
05-24-2005, 01:37 PM
GROW UP. Can't be bothered with a response.
stop stealing my 3minute creations ,But I will never grow up:tongue:

BenchFiedler
05-24-2005, 01:37 PM
The best answer will be to send your resume to a local company here in South Florida, or open up your own business in South Florida....That way, your job and your team will be in the same town...

Are you willing to relocate is the big question?

DolphinDevil28
05-24-2005, 01:38 PM
how come there are so many fin fans in jersey?

I guess the same reason there are so many jets fans in South Florida.

FISHFAN44
05-24-2005, 01:39 PM
how come there are so many fin fans in jersey?

I guess to make things even worse I grew up in the heart of Philadelphia and only lived in Jersey for the past 5 years. Growing up the Eagles stunk and I read a book in school called Griese/Csonka 1-2 punch and started watching them the season they lost to Dallas in the SB and the rest is history. I would say that's probally the common answer. A lot had to do with Marino and him being Italian and Jersey is heavily Italian and transplants from Philly at least South Jersey where I live.

FISHFAN44
05-24-2005, 01:43 PM
The best answer will be to send your resume to a local company here in South Florida, or open up your own business in South Florida....That way, your job and your team will be in the same town...

Are you willing to relocate is the big question?

Na, nice area to visit but ,to damm hot. I like the winter 0 degrees and a foot of snow every once in a while. Also don't think I can get used to being in shorts and a tanktop on Christmas. Want to go to Dolphin Stadium.

MelbournePhin
05-24-2005, 01:48 PM
I guess the same reason there are so many jets fans in South Florida.

hmm, im not so sure if floridians flock to jersey/ny as the opposite

NealKerouac21
05-24-2005, 01:51 PM
Here is a list from phins.com.

It has a few bars that are Miami friendly in Jersey, as well as many other states. It has been posted on this board a few times.

http://www.phins.com/bars.php

InMyChambers
05-24-2005, 01:53 PM
I guess to make things even worse I grew up in the heart of Philadelphia and only lived in Jersey for the past 5 years. Growing up the Eagles stunk and I read a book in school called Griese/Csonka 1-2 punch and started watching them the season they lost to Dallas in the SB and the rest is history. I would say that's probally the common answer. A lot had to do with Marino and him being Italian and Jersey is heavily Italian and transplants from Philly at least South Jersey where I live.

i have almost the same answer as you except griese/csonka was before my time.

what town are you in? i'm in vineland. shoot me a PM.

arsenal
05-24-2005, 01:54 PM
The Ramada Inn on Route 10 in East Hanover is probably the best Dolphins bar in Jersey. It's packed with fin fans and they put the dolphins games on the HUGE tv, give out drink specials when the dolphins score and the whole nine. It's called the Sportz Bistro, but its inside the Ramada Inn in East Hanover. The owner is a HUGE dolphins fan and the place is decked out in fins memorablia.

yup this is the place to be... i went to almost every sunday day game for the dolphins there... lots of dolfans and miami mike (the owner) is a good guy...

FISHFAN44
05-24-2005, 01:57 PM
Here is a list from phins.com.

It has a few bars that are Miami friendly in Jersey, as well as many other states. It has been posted on this board a few times.

http://www.phins.com/bars.php

Thanks, the place on New Falls Rd in Levittown PA. I have been to and is the place where I was talking about but I see it has a new name maybe it's better now. I think it was called AJ's at the time I went. I'll have to check it out again.

DaBearNY
05-24-2005, 02:03 PM
I line in NYC, the Bronx to be exact and I've gone into Jets bars with my aqua and orange without being bothered during games. Its just wearing a Red Sox Jersey in a bar in NYC during a Yanks Sox game. No one has ever bothered with me!!!:)

finatic1354
05-24-2005, 02:04 PM
how come there are so many fin fans in jersey?

Because the yets suck......... :D

Jerseyphinfan
05-24-2005, 02:09 PM
I'm in Pennsville....and East Hanover is 126 miles over 2 hours away...might be easier to fly to FLA.:wink:

FISHFAN44
05-24-2005, 02:10 PM
And cheaper to with the price of gas.

phillyphinphan
05-24-2005, 02:22 PM
i have almost the same answer as you except griese/csonka was before my time.

what town are you in? i'm in vineland. shoot me a PM.

Just recently relocated to Lidenwold

FISHFAN44
05-24-2005, 02:33 PM
Just recently relocated to Lidenwold

Do either you or InMyChambers know if comcast is near to getting NFL ticket.

Jerseyphinfan
05-24-2005, 02:43 PM
http://www.comcast.com/Benefits/CableDetails/Slot2PageOne.asp

FireWrongstedt
05-24-2005, 02:46 PM
Do either you or InMyChambers know if comcast is near to getting NFL ticket.




Dude, if you can, just get DirecTV- trust me bro- it's worth it. If you live somewhere that has a clear southwest sky and you can get a signal, sign up right away- it's a MUCH better value than cable, plus yoou can not only watch the Dolphins, you can watch EVERY game every Sunday- it's amazing. Oh yeah bro, I almost forgot- the Flyers suck. :D

InMyChambers
05-24-2005, 02:48 PM
Do either you or InMyChambers know if comcast is near to getting NFL ticket.

not sure what you mean by nfl ticket but if you mean get nfl games that's exclusive to directv.

InMyChambers
05-24-2005, 02:49 PM
Dude, if you can, just get DirecTV- trust me bro- it's worth it. If you live somewhere that has a clear southwest sky and you can get a signal, sign up right away- it's a MUCH better value than cable, plus yoou can not only watch the Dolphins, you can watch EVERY game every Sunday- it's amazing. Oh yeah bro, I almost forgot- the Flyers suck. :D

i would agree with you but those of us who need broadband access get a large discount if we have both cable for tv and the computer. in fact, i think you may HAVE to get tv to have cable. and i don't think DSL is in our area plus it sucks compared to cable.

feelthepain
05-24-2005, 03:04 PM
I know this will get moved please give it time please because, there is no one on the other forums. Need help to where there are bars that are Dolphin freindly. I can go anywhere and am not afraid to where my aqua and orange because the last couple of times the FINS where in Philly I wore my colors proudly of coarse I got harrased but, I was able to handle myself. I just want to be able to watch the game in the same atmosphere where it's the main game on. Most bars I have been in have every game on and it's so disruptive you can't enjoy the game and with no games on prime time don't know how many games I'll get to see. I live in South Jersey.


Where do you live? I live in Barrington. The best answer I can give you is Direct tv with the NFL ticket. I know some fans here are not thrilled with that but since the Dolphins have no Primetime games this year Direct tv is the best way to go. Two years ago I could go to any local pub/Bar to catch anywhere from 7-10 games and always a fin game. But last year not one Bar or pub that I would go to had the games, the only game you could get was the Eagles. In every single bar, and I could just stay home and watch the Eagles because it was on regular TV. I think something happend to prevent the Bars, at least in this area from showing games out of the local viewing area. The reason... I think, is because instead of fans calling direct TV and oredering the NFL ticket they would just go to the bar and watch the game. Last year I couldn't do that. I plan on oredering the ticket this year because there is no way in hell I'm gonna miss one game of watching Saban coach.

Boik14
05-24-2005, 03:17 PM
I guess the same reason there are so many jets fans in South Florida.Ive written my congressman and asked him to get the stadium moved to southeastern antartica so that all the stupid Jets fans will leave NY when the team gets moved :lol:

phillyphinphan
05-24-2005, 03:25 PM
Do either you or InMyChambers know if comcast is near to getting NFL ticket.

The closest thing you can get is NFL on demand, which give an extensive highlight package of the previous Sunday's game. Other than that you're ootta luck unless you get DTV (btw, it is worth it....)

lazlo73
05-24-2005, 03:31 PM
i would agree with you but those of us who need broadband access get a large discount if we have both cable for tv and the computer. in fact, i think you may HAVE to get tv to have cable. and i don't think DSL is in our area plus it sucks compared to cable.

Well maybe your cable company is that way, but I have Directv and cable internet through comcast. Yeah I don't get any savings for not subscribing to the tv package, but I need the NFL sunday ticket and cable internet!:D

painnotpleasure
05-24-2005, 04:19 PM
The Ramada Inn in East Hanover, it's great to watch games there. Personally though, if you want to see Miami games, I would just get Sunday Night Ticket on Direct TV. I got it and trust me it was so worth it, I'm never going to switch back.