Nic Crowther goes to Tuggeranong

johnboy 14 November 2006 10

OutInCanberra have a story on plans by Nic Crowther to expand his fine boozing empire into deepest darkest Tuggeranong.

“Phoenix Bar, Trinity and Filthy McFaddens are three of Canberra’s most popular bars to hang out and have a drink. A large thanks can be handed to Nic Crowther, who is part owner of all three bars and has exciting plans to open a fourth bar in Tuggeranong”

Good to see someone looking to fill the vaccum. I imagine the Tuggeranites will be flowing in droves to a decent alternative.

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10 Responses to Nic Crowther goes to Tuggeranong
Absent Diane Absent Diane 2:57 pm 15 Nov 06

I thought sporting clubs and bogan clubs were the same thing.

Good to see someone who has opened pubs with a little class in the past continuing to do so.

KandyA KandyA 2:04 pm 15 Nov 06

with an outdoor entertainment area would be good,for some music on a sunny day

KaneO KaneO 7:19 pm 14 Nov 06

What Canberra really needs is a proper Irish pub. The ones we have at the moment really don’t cut it too well.

lateralis lateralis 3:55 pm 14 Nov 06

Sporting Club: read ‘flimsy excuse to hose piss into idiots while the poker machines chatter away to the next million they have cunningly extracted’.

Thumper Thumper 12:57 pm 14 Nov 06

Tuggeranong is surely the land of the Sporting Club.

You can’t throw a rock without hitting one.

Smackbang Smackbang 12:55 pm 14 Nov 06

why do you think that would be FC?

FC FC 12:42 pm 14 Nov 06

good. They need some more places to go in tuggeranong.
They have about 100 sports clubs, but the other pubs are pretty bogan.

blingblingbears blingblingbears 12:38 pm 14 Nov 06

hmm well i hope that whatever he opens in the tugg area is a little more classy than the other places on offer

OzChick OzChick 12:34 pm 14 Nov 06

Nic’s a top bloke, I hope that this goes well for him.

Thumper Thumper 12:30 pm 14 Nov 06

Maybe another live venue?

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