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  • JAVA - JIMMY's BAR - LE TROU -...

    by Croll Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    JAVA - JIMMY's BAR - LE TROU - Et tous les bars de la KRUTENAU.

    Je recommande les soirées de l'école d'archi, à mon avis les plus réussies de la place.
    In Alsace, there is a law thatr prohibit BAR and DIsco to be open after 4 o'clock in the mornin g.
    So, at this time, all the people are in the street and I enjoy it.
    They wait for croissants made by 'MATTER' rue du feaubourg de pierre or for a sandwich at 'THE METRO' or 'ROCk'
    This place open at 5 o'clock in the morning for an after.

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    Well, there's an okay bar...

    by rickyvilla81 Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Well, there's an okay bar called Jimmy's Bar, and another one called Jimmy's Pub, but Strasbourg's going out places are not exactly rocking and rolling. The Waikiki bar is okay, but turned me down for a job once. QWhat possessed me to want to work in a place called the Waikiki i have no idea, it was perhaps my pimp period. Best of all, in my humble opinion, is not the student hellhole le Caveau, beneath the university (the toilets, probably), but LES CATACOMBES, an equally subterrannean but interestingly charming dive not far from Grand' Rue (Longstross in Alsacien, ooooh).

    Dress Code: Dress code! You gotta be kidding.

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    Hey I admit it, I am a day...

    by russ45 Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Hey I admit it, I am a day traveler, after leaving my VT friend in Middelburg, I was tired from the long drive to Strausbourg. I met my friends for dinner after I checked into the Ibis hotel. I stayed at the Ibis near the center. Close to walk around La Petite France. We walked the area after the meal and just enjoyed the history and the sites.

    Dress Code: A casual dress is all I saw.

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    Night, Day,...what's the diff? It's France!

    by Todd64 Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    I'm afraid that I wasn't here during the night, but I was here for the day and watched this funky little Jazz combo in the square.

    Dress Code: Pants and a Banjo.

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    i'm still working on this page...

    by TELETRES Written Aug 25, 2002

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    i'm still working on this page ... Yeah I know, i'm a little bit lazy those last days !!!

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    Aux Bureau ('at the office!').

    by steventilly Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Aux Bureau ('at the office!').
    Great cafe/bar in a square in Petite France. Absolutely heaving on a weekend evening. How those waiters know who ordered what is beyond me, but they do.

    Dress Code: Anything.

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