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what are some good places to watch a panthers game in wilmington?/fug the redskins and their fans

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Wild Wing Cafe is where I'd be, and is literally a 2 minute drive from Wrightsville. BWW is not but 5 minutes further up if you'd prefer it, but I think WWC is better anyways.

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If you are running late the new neptunes on wrightsville has pretty good tvs. Havent been there for a panthers game but if your out of time might be a decent fall back option.

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I'll ask the obvious......Where is the wedding, and where are you staying?

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so due to my brother-in-law picking the worst date in the history of mankind to get married at the worst possible time of day to get married, i will find myself scrambling to leave the wedding on the verge of appropriateness (which i don't care about since his fiance hates my ass anyway) to find a place to watch the game.

the panthers-seahawks game.

on opening. freaking. day.

the wedding is in wrightsville beach and the ceremony is at 11am, so basically i have to calculate hauling ass out of there in time to zip to a bar in the wilmington area in time to make the opening kickoff. preferably a decent place, though i am not opposed to a dive bar. the wife and kid may be with me (or they might drop me off there and go do beachy things, i don't know.)

anyway help a brother out.

My house.
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If you run out of time 103.7 fm - Panthers radio network will be broadcasting in that area.

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Carolina ale house on college is where I like to go when I visit there. Good beers, lots of TVs and its carolina sports themed. You'll probably still have other games on but the panthers game should dominate.

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Kurb's house or Biscuit's house. I'd offer my parents house and you could go there to watch it, but I don't want you seeing all the sexy pictures of me as a youth.

 

Yep, you are absolutely welcome to come over and watch.

 

 

You really can't go wrong around here. I tend to hit up Ale House, BWW, or Wild Wing Cafe at Mayfaire 

 

This.  Pretty much everywhere here is going to have it on.

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BWW's is where I typically migrate to for games and UFC fights.  Food is always good and if you get there early enough you can get a good seat.

 

Wild Wing is closer to the beach, but it's worth the extra 3 minute drive to go to BWW.

 

We should try to get us ILM folks together more often for games...would be fun...

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I went to an awesome Jazz bar called the IceHouse down there. Hope its still there.

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Yea there is 2 BWW in wilmington. If you need someone to watch with I live in Jacksonville. Where there is no one dominate team because of the military.

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