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O'Sheas Beer Pong

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by rdunc311, Jan 8, 2014.

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  1. rdunc311

    rdunc311 Tourist

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    Didn't get a chance to play before they closed, but am going out for a bachelor party soon and I'm sure they guys will be interested in playing. I was curious if they still have beer pong after reopening. Any idea on how much it costs?
     
  2. Fishin' Coach

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    Was told by friend that there were serving beer pong last we... Played a lot when we went two years ago... Sadly I have no idea what it costs, the details are still a little fuzzy
     
  3. brandonmc

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    I (vaguely) remember beer pong being free at the old O Sheas. I was just there over the weekend - the pong was packed on saturday night. Not sure if it is still free, but I suspect it is.
     
  4. DonnyC

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    You had to buy the pitcher(s) of beer but the game was free - never played but watched a bit.
     
  5. vegas_or_bust

    vegas_or_bust High-Roller

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    Like others have said, the game is free. Just pay for beer. I don't remember what pitchers cost there.

    For a different frame of reference, we played beer pong at Rockhouse in the Venetian last March and pitchers of PBR were $19 (cheapest beer on tap).
     
  6. rdunc311

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    Interesting. $19 for a pitcher of PBR...ouch!! You could buy 2 cases here for that price.
     
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    A pitcher of Bud Light at the old O'sheas was $20
     
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    Anyone know if the new Oshea's has that cash Poker game that they had the tables out front by the strip? I believe is was a $1-$5 or $2-$6 spread game?


    Thanks!
     
  9. Busyman

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    Wow, where is that? 2 cases here would be about $40.
     
  10. gilly from philly

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    PBR in NW Indiana goes for $10.99 for a 18 pack.
     
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    Just the pictures of the new O'Shea's depress me. The grime of the old place was just too classic.
     
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    Ditto, I was disappointed in the new one...it's basically a small wing off Quad, beer pong is still there but didn't see anyone playing.

    All the good places seem to be being replaced by high end shopping, might switch to Fremont in the next couple years for my trips
     
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