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7th Jun '16 1:56:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Sten}}'' has The Western Eating Parlor II, which is a ShoutOut to the clandestine savvy.

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* ''{{Sten}}'' ''Literature/{{Sten}}'' has The Western Eating Parlor II, which is a ShoutOut to the clandestine savvy.



* The Ace of Trumps from ''WildCards''.

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* The Ace of Trumps from ''WildCards''.''Literature/WildCards''.
2nd Jun '16 11:53:26 AM eroock
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Time for a round of 'My crew sucks more.' Who's first?"]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"Time [-[[caption-width-right:350:"Time for a round of 'My crew sucks more.' Who's first?"]]
first?"]]-]
2nd Jun '16 11:53:06 AM eroock
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[[quoteright:350:[[Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Captains-Table-Trek_2583.jpeg]]]]

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2nd Jun '16 11:50:30 AM eroock
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->''You can drink your fancy ales,\\

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->''You ->''"You can drink your fancy ales,\\



Comes from the [[MyLocal Green Dragon!]]''
-->--'''Merry''' and '''Pippin''', ''Film/ReturnOfTheKing''

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Comes from the [[MyLocal Green Dragon!]]''
-->--'''Merry'''
Dragon!]]"''
-->-- '''Merry'''
and '''Pippin''', ''Film/ReturnOfTheKing''
12th May '16 9:01:01 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The unnamed bar in Sony's live-action "Michael" commercial, where both heroes and villains who have appeared on the [[{{Playstation3}} Playstation 3]] hang out and talk about how the player of their games (Michael) helped them in their adventures.

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* The unnamed bar in Sony's live-action "Michael" commercial, where both heroes and villains who have appeared on the [[{{Playstation3}} Playstation 3]] UsefulNotes/Playstation3 hang out and talk about how the player of their games (Michael) helped them in their adventures.



* Mad Moxxi's various establishments in the ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' universe are this, and vary greatly in quality. The seediest, yet most overtly heroic would be her bar in ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', serving the Crimson Raiders, Vault Hunters, and various citizens of Sanctuary. Leave big enough tips to help pay for bar expenses and she'll offer some custom submachine guns she has [[VictoriasSecretCompartment hidden somewhere in her cleavage]].

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* Mad Moxxi's various establishments in the ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' universe are this, and vary greatly in quality. The seediest, yet most overtly heroic would be her bar in ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', ''VideoGame/Borderlands2'', serving the Crimson Raiders, Vault Hunters, and various citizens of Sanctuary. Leave big enough tips to help pay for bar expenses and she'll offer some custom submachine guns she has [[VictoriasSecretCompartment hidden somewhere in her cleavage]].
26th Apr '16 6:14:34 AM dsneybuf
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* In ''Literature/MythOMania'', Myth/ClassicalMythology heroes either visiting or living in Calydonia hang out at the aptly-named "Heroes".
10th Apr '16 10:26:36 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Webcomics/TheLeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'', the [[http://superredundant.com/?comic=410-service Bar of Justice]] is where super-heroes hang out. When LP takes Keith there, Keith think's there's no bartender, but there is one, [[{{Invisibility}} named Invisiblo.]]
6th Apr '16 4:13:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* Kadie's from SinCity. Not so much of a ''Good Guy Bar'' as it is an ''[[AntiHero Anti-Hero Bar]]'' since the main protagonists, Marv and Dwight, frequent the establishment. Not to mention that this is where a few major side characters work as well.
** Additionally, it's known as a well-behaved bar, a rarity for Sin City, and likely the safest place in the city, period. This is because [[SociopathicHero Marv]] really doesn't like it when someone bothers the girls.

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* Kadie's from SinCity.''ComicBook/SinCity''. Not so much of a ''Good Guy Bar'' as it is an ''[[AntiHero Anti-Hero Bar]]'' since the main protagonists, Marv and Dwight, frequent the establishment. Not to mention that this is where a few major side characters work as well.
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well. Additionally, it's known as a well-behaved bar, a rarity for Sin City, and likely the safest place in the city, period. This is because [[SociopathicHero Marv]] really doesn't like it when someone bothers the girls.
21st Mar '16 1:29:51 AM jason1420
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* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' had John McRory's Place, an Irish pub in Boston, in seasons 2 - 4; and BridgePort Brewery, a brewery in Portland, in season 5. Notable in that BridgePort is [[http://www.bridgeportbrew.com/ a real brewery]].

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* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' had John McRory's [=McRory's=] Place, an Irish pub in Boston, in seasons 2 - 4; and BridgePort [=BridgePort=] Brewery, a brewery in Portland, in season 5. Notable in that BridgePort [=BridgePort=] is [[http://www.bridgeportbrew.com/ a real brewery]].brewery]] that was used as a filming location for the show.
21st Mar '16 1:28:26 AM jason1420
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** In fact, the only reason this example can apply for this trope at all is that Harry Dresden has killed most of the bad guys who might go to [=McAnally's=]. Nearly every time he goes there, Harry notes that there are a lot of ways to mess with someone that don't break said truce, and that he almost often sits with his back to the wall.

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** In fact, the only One reason this example can apply applies for this trope at all is that Harry Dresden has killed most of the bad guys who might go to [=McAnally's=]. Nearly every time he goes there, Harry notes that there are a lot of ways to mess with someone that don't break said truce, and that he almost often sits with his back to the wall.wall.
** The second reason this example applies: The Chicago police department didn't sign the Accords. When a large gruff fae threatens Dresden in at Mac's, Sergeant Murphy points out that she is legally allowed to shoot him if he starts anything.



* [=McRory's=] pub used to be Nate's father's office. Now it's where ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' Consulting and Associates meet their clients.

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* [=McRory's=] pub used to be Nate's father's office. Now it's where ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' Consulting had John McRory's Place, an Irish pub in Boston, in seasons 2 - 4; and Associates meet their clients.BridgePort Brewery, a brewery in Portland, in season 5. Notable in that BridgePort is [[http://www.bridgeportbrew.com/ a real brewery]].
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