SPUG: status for 7/20 SPUG?
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Mon Jul 12 20:48:21 PDT 2010
I'll add my 2 cents...
I'm a big fan of Von's RoastHouse at 619 Pine, about a block from
Marchex so it's not much more of a walk than usual. They have nearly
1000 different spirits, a large selection of beers, it's always happy
hour with the special changing hourly each time they spin the big
drink wheel, and a full menu of food. Aside from the crowded bar area
they have a backroom full of seating that's available as well as a
side room closer to the bar area that's usually available which is
nice because it's just far enough from the bar that you can actually
carry on a conversation.
If I don't get to have my way then I'd vote for Pike Place Brewery as
my safety. As Josh said it can be loud and seating is difficult when
they are busy but I'm making the naive assumption that Tuesday usually
are not too terrible.
* Why is it a penny for your thoughts but you have to put your 2 cents
in? Somebody is making a penny.
On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 1:15 PM, Joshua ben Jore <twists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 10:23 AM, Andrew Sweger <andrew at sweger.net> wrote:
>> A fine idea. For those interested and able to attend*, please discuss the
>> desired venue. The "official" meeting location (Marchex) is an office
>> conference room and may less suitable to a social gathering (plus,
>> volunteer employees at Marchex need to be involved to make it available to
>> us). The usual social gathering place has been the Elephant and Castle
>> pub and the weather may finally be good enough to use the patio. But no
>> reason to limit your choices. Other recommendations?
> Other reasonable recommendations:
> Within 1-2 blocks of E&C:
> Rock Bottom: it's about equivalent
> The Taphouse: seats fewer, *many* beers on tap
> At the Pike Place Market:
> Pike Place Brewery: a little less nearby at Pike Place Market, seats
> fewer and is often loud, excellent beer on tap
> White Horse: doesn't open til 6PM, in Post Alley next to the market
> Kell's: in Post Alley next to the market
> I'd personally vote for going to: Rock Bottom (because it is closest
> but not actually the same) or Kell's. Often people meet as early as
> 5pm so White Horse while nice, isn't exactly right. If we go to
> Kell's, that makes it super-convenient to also go for flipping awesome
> espresso at Seattle Coffee Works (across the street from the Pike
> Place Market).
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