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Here in the Baltics (and I believe all over Eastern Europe) this is what we mean when we say garlic bread - fried rye bread sticks, topped with fresh minced garlic, and sour cream-based dipping sauce. It is by far the most popular food item in pubs, it's literally impossible to find a place that doesn't serve them.

If you're out drinking, what's the most popular food served in your area to go with your beer?
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Peanuts

Not from personal experience, but from the odor emitted from vomit on trains form when I was a kid
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>>7087662

damn that sounds dope as fuck
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Rye chips or sour cream and chive fries
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Where I am is kind of difficult to say what the most popular item is but i would have to say the Sliders in San Francisco
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Crab dip or pretzels or both.
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Probably fried chicken skins
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Tendies
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>>7087756
looks like dog treats
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>>7087756
>>7087662
These look amazing. Would become a regular at a bar if they served them but everywhere near bumfuck nowhere is a hole in the wall that only serves overpriced cheap brand liqour

>>7087771
Also good, but more of an at home fare for when you're already drunk as shit and get the munchies hella bad
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>>7087662
Nachos or chicken wings
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fried cheese curds
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Pork Scratchings
Scampi fries
Big D Nuts
Curly fries

Also some places have warm Sahara Nuts which are da bomb
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seared ahi
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Mac and Cheese at my local place.
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other than standard wings around here it's oysters or fried crabclaws
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>>7087999
>raw oysters
my nigga, i can eat many, many of these. Goes great with a dirty martini
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Crisps, pork scratchings, peanuts

in terms of actual food: Fish & Chips, Burger, Sausage and Mash would be the most popular.
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Nothing beats hot wings. do they have them in other countries?
I know they were invented in New York
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>>7088834
>pub fish and chips

Always, ALWAYS disappointing. Especially at fucking Gastro pubs.
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>>7087662
Here we have 'tremo├žos' (not sure how it is called in english or if it even exists in most countries) but only acompanying beer. Otherwise peanuts and salty popcorn ocasionaly
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>>7088954
never seen them in Canada, what are they?
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Australia it's the parmi, chips and salad. It probably makes up more than 50% of pub meals here
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Frikadellen ( german style meatballs, just onion,milk,egg,bread,meat,spice)
cured spicy sausages
more sausages
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>All other eastern europe
Baltics are northern europe.
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>>7088983
lmao, I love how angry lithuanians get when you called them slavic
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>>7088985
I am british(lithuanian origins)
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>>7088969
>Parmi
Spotted the northener. It's Parma, cobber. Get it right.
>>7087662
On top of that, Tapas and charcuterie are getting more popular in urban centers/gastropubs
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>>7088967
seriously???? they are all over america. its the Chicken wing, fried and then coated in a specific type of hotsauce. I never realized these weren't everywhere
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>>7088967
I live in vancouver BC and literally every single grill/bar/pub has hot buffalo wings. how the hell have you not seen them before? it's chicken and franks red hot sauce
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>>7087848
Hahahahah
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