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Name Fado Irish Pub
Address 214 West 4th St, Austin, TX
Town/City Austin, Texas, USA
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Phone 1 (512) 457-0172
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Comments Glasgow Celtic, ENG
Fans Views "Went here while in Austin for a Euro Quarterfinal, Spain Vs France. This bar is a big hub for Spanish fans, but overall, has a pretty good atmosphere. However, as someone who does not support Spain I would caution you about walking into a bar full of Spanish supporters." (Calvin M, Jun 2012)

"During a recent Saturday morning visit there were two EPL matches, a Celtic SPL game and a Rugby WC game all running simultaneously, and all with sound. A decent Irish breakfast on offer too. This followed an earlier 6am EPL game." (, Oct 2007)

"Nice ambiance, cool soccer pub, but as such (a pub) it is not intended to be a sports bar. Even like that they do a pretty good job of being a soccer bar. EPL is favored over any other league, but if there are no overlaps they usually show anything being broadcasted in the US.
If a game happens to be at night on a weekend, expect to see many clueless guys and girls who have no idea the game is even on, they are only there for the Guiness. And if the game is not an important tournament, they may have music rather than audio (on weekend nights). But still a pretty cool pub, nice atmosphere during WC, Copa America and any EPL games." (Pedro, Jul 2007)
ENG = English
GER = German
INT = Internationals
ITAL = Italian
UEFA = European
SCOT = Scottish
SPAN = Spanish
IRE = Irish
NOR = Norwegian
USA = American

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