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  • #518200
    spfld_expat
    spfld_expat
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    Honestly the knotty pine was a whole lot of nothing. Went there once and never had any desire to go again despite living two blocks away for years now. Any change is a big improvement.

    #518201
    Jared
    Jared
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    dru said:
    http://www.rudedoggrandview.com/%5B/url%5D

    $3.50 bloody mary Sunday special. yes, please :)

    #518202

    ricospaz
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    I live a block away from the Pine. I’m glad to have a place to walk to with HH specials. After being at Woodlands: Backyard last night, I will pray for good service at Rude Dog.

    #518203
    rus
    rus
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    ricospaz said:
    I live a block away from the Pine. I’m glad to have a place to walk to with HH specials. After being at Woodlands: Backyard last night, I will pray for good service at Rude Dog.

    Tried it out yet? Been there a couple of times since they’ve opened. Service has been good.

    #518204
    derm
    derm
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    If I am sauntering west down third, I keep myself going, turn right on Glenn and drop in to Johnnies. 1.50 longnecks, and seventy five cent pool.

    OK OK, if there is a big amount of time between events at the track meet I will probably head there with the missus for a bracer. Those track meets are long. When your kid does the long jump(first) and 4X200(last) you have some free time at Anderson Field.

    #518205

    bayrea
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    I got dragged here for dinner and drinks by family… food was pretty bad, we mostly got flatbreads and the toppings were cold and nasty. Noticed other peoples food coming out served in dog bowls and frisbees, stay classy Rude Dog. Plus side was good beer selection and nice waitresses. Would not willingly go back but if forced I wouldn’t have a flatbread.

    #518206
    rus
    rus
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    bayrea said:
    I got dragged here for dinner and drinks by family… food was pretty bad, we mostly got flatbreads and the toppings were cold and nasty. Noticed other peoples food coming out served in dog bowls and frisbees, stay classy Rude Dog. Plus side was good beer selection and nice waitresses. Would not willingly go back but if forced I wouldn’t have a flatbread.

    Never had the flatbread, but liked the dog bowls and frisbees ( yeah, kinda cheesy, but good for a laugh ). The italian sub is my favorite so far.

    Supposed to have a full menu starting tomorrow.

    #1062126
    spfld_expat
    spfld_expat
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    Is Rude Dog on Third closed?

    Drove by last night and the lights were out and the windows were papered over.

    #1062156

    kit444
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    Is Rude Dog on Third closed?

    Drove by last night and the lights were out and the windows were papered over.

    That location isn’t listed on their website anymore.

    http://www.rudedogbarandgrill.com/

    #1062157

    Misplaced
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    Yeah, it’s been closed for a week or so.

    #1062161

    OneBagTravel
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    Can anything survive in that spot? :-/

    #1062170

    ricospaz
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    The word I heard is that a microbrewery is going in there.. They are bringing back the Knotty Pine name too. Supposedly one owner bought out the other’s interest. I hope this is true.

    #1062174

    OneBagTravel
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    That would be good news. They have such a great patio but rude dog was too much of a sensory overload sports bar for me to frequent. But that’s just me.

    #1062276

    GCrites80s
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    It was like a strip mall bar with no strip mall.

    #1062285

    bayrea
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    I know I gave it a harsh review a few months ago but I went back a few times and the food was mediocre and the service was great. What I think killed it was the stupid concept. The Grandview community does not want to eat out of dog bowls. When Gibby’s vacated their spot on 3rd it was quickly swept up and turned into 3rd and Hollywood. As far as I can tell that place is packed every night. Johny’s on Glenn caters to the dive bar crowd. The Knotty Pine spot could easy support a mid-level, neighborhood bar. my 2 cents

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