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Old 06-25-11, 09:26 PM   #1
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Tour de France - Bars in SoCal

I would like to go in the morning or after work and watch the TDF this year. Are there any well-known bars, preferrably in Orange County or LA, that are TDF-friendly?
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What time is the broadcast in California? If it is live, it will be something like 3AM to 8AM every day. Your best bet might be a French cafe that opens early for breakfast.
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Socal is 9 hours behind France. Earliest live pictures seem to start 1300 French time which would make it 0400 where you are.

Here in Ireland we are only 1 hour behind. Maybe you could find an Irish bar
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