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Topic # 129105 4-Sep-2013 00:09
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Anyone familiar with Lower Hutt/Petone that can recommend somewhere to eat (decent food) and watch the All Blacks on Saturday that has decent screens and not too loud/rowdy?

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  Reply # 889357 4-Sep-2013 01:42
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Jackson street Petone is probably about as classy as you will get in that area....





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  Reply # 889372 4-Sep-2013 07:25
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Yep, at home.😊




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  Reply # 890240 5-Sep-2013 12:01
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Well I decided I might go into Oriental Parade and have dinner, make it a night out, any bars near there that fall into the specified category for watching the Rugby? Walking distance would be ideal.

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