Jolly Roger, Hamburg, Germany. 16K likes. Montag bis Sonntag von 18 Uhr bis Ende. An Spieltagen der 1. und 2. Bundesliga Freitag ab 17 Uhr, Samstag und. Das Jolly Roger ist eine Raucherkneipe direkt neben Millerntor und der Handballhalle und DIE Fankneipe des FC St. Pauli von Es gibt sehr interessante. FC St. Pauli, in der Budapester Straße vor dem Jolly Roger wird theartrebellion.comtheartrebellion.com, Budapester Str.
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Review of Jolly Roger. Jolly Roger. Improve this listing. Restaurant details Neighbourhood: St. Per J. Reviewed 8 December Pauli fan pub.
The euphoria of the success, despite our poor planning and generally ignorance, washed away any lingering effects of the night before. Soon, the area around the ground began to fill up with fans.
A significant volume of Bochum fans, proudly displaying shirts and scarves, intermingled, with absolutely no tension in the air, or at least none that I could see.
Tents were erected offering currywurst and bread rolls, and more of the ubiquitous Astra, at dangerously low prices.
My spoken German is awful, and my reading is even worse, but a flick through reveals that the back pages are filled with book, CD and gig reviews.
Our queuing for tickets had put us at a disadvantage when it came to securing a good place to stand, and we were stuck in an awful spot, semi obscured by the dugout shelters.
Still, the novelty of being in a stand, at a football game, was too great for me to feel to disappointed. It struck me as the game wore on that some spectators cared little for the actual game, and instead just used the occasion to catch up with friends, and enjoy a beer and a pretzel.
Most of the fans seemed to be young, alternative student types, or grizzled, old men in biker jackets. There was also a surprisingly large amount of families with young children, something which I had never really questioned the absence of at English football grounds.
As we got settled and admired the Millerntor-Stadion, a woman went through both match day squads form the centre circle. When she reached the St Pauli players, she would only say their first name, leaving a gap for the fans to chant their surname.
Eventually she scuttled off, and the anticipation levels began to build. Date of experience: July Rick B wrote a review Jul Leicester, United Kingdom 7 contributions 5 helpful votes.
Rude, unfriendly, threatening. Whist buying his beer, my friend was told by the barmaid if he knew what was good for him we'd drink up and leave as fast as we can.
My dead friend was told by her that if he couldn't order drinks properly he should get someone else to do it for him.
To be fair to the baraid some massive thugs came in as we were rapidly leaving so she might have just been trying to not get us attacked by the locals?
Does that deserve an extra star? London 3 contributions 5 helpful votes. Local pub for locals only. The antifacist crew are on another planet