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Monday 19 April 2004 9.17am
Really? could have sworn it used to be open. Blackboard still has sign advertising bitter (or was that put up by a wag?)
Monday 19 April 2004 9.25am
Not been open in (at least 4) years, mapmaker. Sadly missed.

...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Monday 19 April 2004 9.43am
Hang on, LMJJ you're in Australia, on holiday and still posting on SE1!??? Just how dull IS Oz then?

stick yer frothy lager.......
Monday 19 April 2004 2.06pm
The pub in kipling street was called The Guys Arms..used to have a brilliant karaoke there...sunday afternoons...

Monday 19 April 2004 2.10pm
I heard it was that little old lady in The George, who actually did the bashing............
Monday 19 April 2004 2.28pm
Due to sickness last week - sore back due to doing too much DIY during Easter - felt the need for some comfort food, so took a very careful cycle down to the Bagel place, it was 11.50am & was closed? Sign on the door said 8.00 am till 4.00 pm, window grills were half open - but no sign of life or food.
Very frustrating - No cream cheese bagel for me & my recovery plan!

I'd have thought this would have been peak time for any food shop? Are they going to stay open when they say? Surely this is the way to go if you want to close your business....

Tuesday 20 April 2004 12.18pm
Oz isn't dull at all. But neither is this forum, and I just can't resist.....
Monday 26 April 2004 9.45am
Use it or lose it?

Looks like we may have lost it. Tower Bagel Shop has been closed a good two weeks with no explanation. If it's gone then I'm very sad. It was the addition of this business a couple of years back which made me think that the whole place was looking up.

stick yer frothy lager.......
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