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Join SanDiego.com This Weekend for Four Days of Comic Con Parties at McFadden's

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/21/14 -- McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon, an established Irish Pub located in the heart of San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, announces their highly anticipated Comic Con weekend festivities. McFadden's was recently selected an Editor's Choice pick by SanDiego.com and is a premier destination downtown, featuring the wildest parties in the Gaslamp without the Gaslamp price tag. On July 23rd through July 26th, doors will open at 11am featuring an exclusive Comic Con menu highlighting Irish fare that will fuel any and all superpowers. Menu items are priced at $6 or less!

McFadden's San Diego invites Comic Con attendees to let loose around the 100 foot mahogany bar (:perfect for dancing on:) and enjoy the weekend-long lineup including but not limited to live karaoke, special guest appearances by the Birds of 'Play, and our 1st Annual "ComicCossies" Cosplay Awards. For reservations, bottles service, and guest list considerations for free cover and exclusive drink specials, contact Amanda Podlesny, Director of Marketing and Sales at [email protected], or call 619.795.2500.

On Wednesday July 23rd, Almost Famous Karaoke and McFadden's Saloon join forces to present Nerdioke 2014! This duo presents the craziest Comic Con Karaoke night in all of Gaslamp. Rock out or bomb out starting at 9pm. Enjoy $3 Miller/Coors products, $3 Three Olives Vodka Drinks, and get the limited edition McFadden's Saloon refillable keepsake yard while supplies last.

Calling all dudes and dudettes! McFadden's is getting nostalgic about the 90's. They're throwing it way back on Thursday July 24th, by taking over the Comic Con after-party world. McFadden's will mighty-morph into a retro cartoon saloon for one night only. Patrons are invited to participate in a "SLIMED" competition and are encouraged to bring their dancing moonshoes as the resident DJ spins an eclectic mix of favorites from the 90s and now. Rumor has it there will be a special performance from an infamous boy band! Do you have the guts to get McFaded at McFadden's?

McFadden's is proud to present their First Annual "ComicCossies", CosPlay Awards on July 25th. In tribute to the cosplay awards at the convention center, McFadden's is calling all CosPlayers and Anime-rs, to compete for cash prizes for each category. Categories include: best comic, best cartoon, best TV show, best anime, and best superhero. The winner overall will be crowned McFadden's ComicCossie Cosplayer of the Year and will receive an all expenses paid trip to Las Vegas! Sign ups begin at 9PM!

Closing out Comic Con 2014 on Saturday July 26th, McFadden's is pleased to announce a tribute to all things infamous, featuring Amanda and Lauren the dynamic duo of Birds of 'Play! Amanda Lynne (an actress, model and cosplayer known for numerous geekdom-related projects) and Lauren (an award winning costumer/designer/corsetiere) simultaneously bring the sex appeal and nerd cred as Gotham's femme fatales: Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. Be sure to snap a selfie with two of Batman's finest foes! Guests in attendance are also invited to don their best and sexiest villains ensemble during a showcase starting at 9pm. As the night carries on, the line between myth and reality begins to blur. McFadden's will no longer be a safe zone for humans or villains, for the real killers will come out to play. McFadden's will transform into a haven for the living dead! The epidemic will spread quickly as Zombie fanatics to unite in their deadest attire to get Totally Zomped! Proving there's hope in surviving the Zombie Apocalypse Beer after Beer!

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