sounds good.. what's this dinner meeting (or did I miss something)?

On 6 okt 2008, at 11:36, Tom Lazar wrote:

On Oct 6, 2008, at 9:26 AM, Steve McMahon wrote:

I'll take that as a nomination for Fado. Fado it is!

Shall we aim for 7pm?

well, there's the dinner meeting at 6pm at the ethipian restaurant[1] and for 8pm at fados.

my personal plan was to meet folks at 6pm at the restaurant (Meskerem 2434 18th St NW) and then head over to fados.

so shall we say 8pm at fados? i'd like to go to both meetings...




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On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 4:40 AM, Danny Bloemendaal
Is that on 808 7th St NW, Washington?,+Washington,+DC+20037&ie=UTF8&ll=38.900919,-77.021027&spn=0.018269,0.043473&z=15

And what time exactly?

On 3 okt 2008, at 17:17, Steve McMahon wrote:

Hi Framework Team,

I asked our conference social planner, JoAnna Springsteen, for
possibilities for a dinner spot where we could meet up Monday night
and actually hear one another. Here are her suggestions.

If one or more of these spots sound particularly good or bad, let me
or the list know. Sometime in the next couple of days, I'll make an
executive decision on our behalf.


Hmmm. Well Monday night we're going to go to Fado. It's a large pub
that serves food. They're having a trivia quiz night and I'm trying to get a Team Plone together. If you guys ate there we could meet up with
you later. Not sure if the food is great or if it's all that quite
Science Club would be good but it's where we're going for our official
pre-conf social Wednesday night, plus it has an all vegetarian menu
which may not appeal to all.
DC locals say Granville Moore's is supposed to be great both food and
beer wise but it's not close to the metro. Sushi Taro would be good
but you'd definitely have to make reservations to get in with that
many people.
Central is supposed to be great and it's near the conference location
but it's a bit higher end and it's another place you'd have to make
I liked the Brickskeller when we went there. It's a bit of a walk from the dupont circle metro but it has a huge beer menu and serves food. It's not a huge place but I could just see a group of geeks huddled in the corner here debating something. The locals aren't super impressed by it but I dug it. Again, you might want to check and see if they can
accommodate a bigger group for dinner.
I know the Capitol Lounge can handle big groups but I'm not sure that the food or atmosphere is a particular draw. The prices and food are both supposed to be decent so it probably won't wow you but it could be a safe bet for you to just walk in and get seated in a reasonable
amount of time.


Steve McMahon
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