[Edinburgh-pm] This thursday -> edinburgh.pm "tour"

A Smith asmith9983 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 25 05:13:29 PST 2013

I recently found a place that has a good food menu, at OK prices, ambience,
and space. Also with with sharing  bowls of fries similar to what  we used
to get at the Cumberland. Its Tiles on the corner of Saint Andrew Square
and I think its South Saint Andrew Street, where the tram lines are. Handy
for  many buses, train and those who walk/cycle.
Another place, a bit outside the city centre is the Links Hotel, off
Bruntsfield Links.  Good food too, and good space.


On 25 November 2013 12:47, Murray <perl at minty.org> wrote:

> Inaugral edinburgh.pm "tour" starts this thursday!  Which is also
> thanks-giving
> for our (US of) American-ophiles.  USA-ophiles?
> On Fri, Nov 01, 2013 at 11:40:14AM +0000, Murray wrote:
> >     Kay's bar
> >     Jamaica St, EH3 6HF.
> >     0131 225 1858
> >     https://www.google.com/maps/preview?q=kay%27s+bar,+jamaica+street
> I've called, and they have reserved their "back room", that has a couple of
> tables, and plenty room for 6, with 7-8 at a squeeze.  From 6.30, in my
> name.
> I believe they don't serve food in the evenings.
> Suggestions welcome, but I think the whole point is to explore new places
> and
> see how they work out, so that seems like a decent starting point to me.
> ps. It's also the London Perl Workshop this coming weekend.  Edin.pm is
> currently the top British-Non-English group.  However, the competition
> isn't
> huge (or even existent?) in that category ;)
> http://act.yapc.eu/lpw2013/stats
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