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  1. betterthanthealternative

    betterthanthealternative In the Starting Line-Up

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    I know I've asked before, but left the answer at home, and am now in DC.
     
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    Never mind, just found Murphy's
     
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    Murphys95 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    http://www.washingtonian.com/blogarticles/Arts & Events/afterhours/5233.

    New England Patriots: Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub, 713 King St., Alexandria; 703-548-1717; murphyspub.com/old_town.html.
    Advertised as “the best Pats bar on the planet,” Murphy’s in Old Town doesn’t disappoint. Patriots fans will find 100-plus fast friends decked out in Tom Brady jerseys, watching the game on a giant projection screen and several smaller TVs scattered around the pub. The place even has a Pats fan club named after it—visit murphysfans.com for information.
    Closest Metro stop: King Street.
     
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    You guys are famous! Hope to make it up there again soon - GO PATS!!!
     
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    #24 Jersey

    Spent one year living in Alexandria and caught all the games at Murphy's. Great place for Pats games, absolutely rowdy.

    The best was the 2005 AFC divisional game against Indy. They plastered the places with messages to the effect of "Any Patriots player who jams, hits, breathes on or looks at a Colts reciever will be flagged for a 15 yard penalty."

    As soon as they cut to the game, and everyone saw the snow, the place erupted. Great memories.
     

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