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Le Mans Legend Café closes its doors

Le Mans Legend Café closes its doors

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vincegail

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1,896 posts

81 months

Tuesday 12th September 2017
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Not a real surprise, it being in a rough part of town, and I never saw that many people there, but still a big loss in my eyes. So after the Union Jack went belly up a few years ago (that was close to the Legend café, so also in the rough part of town) and now the Legend café, where does one go for a drink in Le Mans?
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old'uns

159 posts

59 months

Tuesday 12th September 2017
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Mulligans?

i 'think' the owner of the Union Jack also owned another bar in town? possibly the Legends? or maybe even Mulligans?

lestiq

643 posts

95 months

Thursday 14th September 2017
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Bit embarrassed after having gone to Le Mans 8 times now and I'd never visited, I didn't even know it existed! How sad that all that memorabilia will be lost : (

RC1807

7,140 posts

94 months

Tuesday 19th September 2017
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Mulligans gets my vote
Always busy and fun, loads of people in the street on Friday evening having a laugh and many beers

Legends didn't deserve to remain open, IMO. Expensive and rubbish.

TonySim

262 posts

147 months

Tuesday 19th September 2017
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Mulligans was hilarious this year on Friday night! The Crusaders and the nuns did it for me.laugh


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eastlmark

1,558 posts

133 months

Wednesday 20th September 2017
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RC1807 said:
Mulligans gets my vote
Always busy and fun, loads of people in the street on Friday evening having a laugh and many beers

Legends didn't deserve to remain open, IMO. Expensive and rubbish.
I don't know, at least it celebrated the cities race heritage, ignored and taken for granted by most of the city's other businesses IMO. Always busy when we visited (and we never went during 24h Week). Nice, large place that could accommodate large tables for car clubs etc so will be missed.

RC1807

7,140 posts

94 months

Wednesday 20th September 2017
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TonySim said:
Mulligans was hilarious this year on Friday night! The Crusaders and the nuns did it for me.laugh

The huntsmen on a stag do, too - the fox was the groom to be!

E36GUY

5,628 posts

144 months

Wednesday 20th September 2017
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old'uns said:
Mulligans?

i 'think' the owner of the Union Jack also owned another bar in town? possibly the Legends? or maybe even Mulligans?
Not quite. He used to run The Lodge pub then set up the Union Jack himself. Very sad that it failed and a real pity the Legends has now gone too.