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2-13-2012 @ 11:08AM
Best bar is the Alliance Dalaran bar. Beer garden, that is all.
2-13-2012 @ 11:19AM
As a Horde roleplayer, I've long been envious of the awesome bars that the Alliance got in their cities, including the beer garden. At least the Filthy Animal is pretty good, and it was really the first bar that the Horde ever got.
2-13-2012 @ 12:52PM
I strongly disagree. The best bar in the game is in shattrath. World's End. Best place to catch 'Leet Tauren Cheifteen
2-13-2012 @ 12:56PM
@Lurile On my main server, I've never even *once* seen another soul in that beer garden. I could easily get away with erping in the middle of it (NOT THAT I WOULD SHUT UP) and nobody would come back there. :p
2-13-2012 @ 1:36PM
The beer garden having no Brewfest changes makes me sad.
2-13-2012 @ 4:52PM
I so agree. I also think we need some better bars. For instance, in Ironforge all you have is two hole in the wall types of places. I would thing the Dwarves would want their pubs to be a little more integral than they are. That said, there are some nice balconies there to sit and have a drink on. So almost by default, I will give the nod to the Dalaran beer garden. Close second would be a tie between the world's end and the bar on the barge in thousand needles. Bar fight?
2-13-2012 @ 5:01PM
And yet, they don't sell beer there!
2-13-2012 @ 6:43PM
I'm actually quite fond of the look of the Orgrimmar bar, after the Cata update. That wall of bottles is truly stunning and I wish they would use it in more places.
2-13-2012 @ 8:36PM
My favorite bar in WoW is my cast bar. :p
2-13-2012 @ 11:20PM
"On my main server, I've never even *once* seen another soul in that beer garden."My small guild of RL friends would have parties in the beer garden fairly often in Wrath. We'd throw out some of that cake that everyone can get a slice of and bring out our favorite pets, launch fireworks, use all the vanity/flavor items that always languish in your bank and get completely smashed. Good times.
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