[Edinburgh-pm] Thur 26th April
wim.vanderbauwhede at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 12:49:15 PDT 2012
Sorry, can't make it this time. Have fun!
On 25 April 2012 17:35, Aaron Crane <perl at aaroncrane.co.uk> wrote:
> Nick <oinksocket at letterboxes.org> wrote:
> > Last time I went, Holyrood 9a was okay, served food, ale, and was
> > sizable, I think. Not too far from Waverley should that be required.
> Yeah, I do like the 9A — much better than that place ever was as the
> Holyrood Tavern. Not sure if you've seen my other mail, but I'm
> suggesting it as the place to meet Dave when he's in town next week.
> > Barony Bar, Cask and Barrel, might be contenders, but it's been a while.
> The Cask and Barrel is nice enough, but doesn't do food afaik. The
> Barony serves food, but it's fairly small, and usually mobbed in the
> early evenings, so booking would probably be vital.
> I'd be OK with either, though, if that's the consensus. At least you
> didn't suggest the Phoenix across the road. :-)
> > And there's Doctors, if we can stray further from rail links (not my
> fave but
> > does food and ale and is sizable.)
> Yeah, not my fave either, though it is conveniently located, at least
> from my point of view. And only about 11 minutes' brisk walk from the
> westbound platforms at Waverley.
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