Found August 29, 2012 on Cardinals Diaspora:
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So BR Mom and The Dragon had a little roadie to NYC this week.In between Tribeca Film Festival screenings and US Open skyboxes, the two got wind that a Cardinal Bar in Midtown was a real thing. Not only that, but they were having a little get together for the game tonight against the Pirates. Foley's NY: LINK HERE | TWITTER HERE| YELP HERE Here's some pictures of the evening. We probably have 1.5 new readers tonight. Welcome.Is that Chris Carpenter there on the left? And sorry to that guy at the end of the table. Looks like he doesn't even like baseball, but was like '**** it', I'll go drink after work. Next thing you know, my mom is buying the bar and taking cell pics.There she is. Getting an earful from one of the Berkman Bros. T-Ravs. In NEW YORK CITTAY. Now that's reason enough to visit. In fairness, they could deep fry just about anything and call it a St. Louis tradition and they wouldn't be technically wrong.There it is. A reminder up above of ...
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