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post #31 of 68
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Well, I'm definetly in.  I'm not sure if I'm gonna bring a guest or not at this point unfortunately, if it ends up being an issue I can always come alone. Looking forward to meeting some of you guys. Eric
Eric, come with, come without, but just come...Nick and I are going to feel real stupid having a table for 15 with only a couple of us there, it will be a blast.
post #32 of 68
I was in DC this weekend with my mother in law, and I will be in Budapest next weekend, so I will miss you guys. maybe next time.
post #33 of 68
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Damn I was looking forward to meeting you globe, maybe another time.
post #34 of 68
An update. The guest list so far is NightOwl, Mr. Cheeks, Eric, Hopkins Student and myself. Anyone who would like to join us, please RSVP to me by PM before Friday. I would like to give the restaurant a weeks notice for a large group. Best to all, Nick
post #35 of 68
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Nick, looking like a great turnout, what kind of dress code for the SF are we having, casual elegant...haha...what is the dress code if one for this place, jeans etc, or a litle more upscale? Also, email me the details so I can get a cab, seems noone is offering a pick-up and drive off....haha...but PM or email me the rest. details and our time etc..cclove@mindspring.cm
post #36 of 68
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Nick, looking like a great turnout, what kind of dress code for the SF are we having, casual elegant...haha...what is the dress code if one for this place, jeans etc, or a litle more upscale? Also, email me the details so I can get a cab, seems noone is offering a pick-up and drive off....haha...but PM or email me the rest. details and our time etc..cclove@mindspring.cm
Nightowl, I can pick you up at your hotel and take you to the place, if that would be easier for you. It would certainly be cheaper.
post #37 of 68
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That would be great, you know where we are staying, Arlington Hyatt....is that convenient?
post #38 of 68
I can figure it out, I'll mapquest it. Shouldn't be too inconvenient. Do you know if the hotel is close to the water? Everything in DC/Arlington is so close that nothing is too inconvenient.
post #39 of 68
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Hotel Address Hyatt Arlington 1325 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, Virginia 22209 USA Hotel Directions From Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI): Follow I 195 out of airport to MD 295 South/Washington. Proceed on MD 295 South and take exit Richmond/To I 295 South (DC 295 South to Howard Road/Downtown (Howard Road exit is after Pennsylvania Ave. exit). At the bottom of ramp bear right proceed to merge onto Frederick Douglass Bridge (South Capital Street). Follow South Capital Street through under pass and stay right until you see sign I 395 South/Richmond. Take I 395/Richmond exit and follow across 14th Street Bridge (Stay in middle lanes). After crossing 14th Street Bridge into Virginia proceed to Exit 8B/VA110/ Rosslyn (Stay in second lane from the right to insure that the exit will not be missed). Proceed on VA110 to Wilson Blvd./Rosslyn Exit (Stay in middle or left lanes on VA110). Proceed on Wilson Blvd. to Nash Street (Five traffic lights) turn right and an immediate right onto property.
post #40 of 68
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Damn I was looking forward to meeting you globe, maybe another time.
yeah, I was looking forward to this, too. you guys have fun.
post #41 of 68
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i think it is going to be fun if a group shows, otherwise me and nick and a couple of others will just start the new SF dinner club
post #42 of 68
Are we locked into Lauriol Plaza? I looked at the menu today and there's not a whole lot that strikes my fancy. If we are it's no big deal, I'll just eat a little before I show up.
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Are we locked into Lauriol Plaza?  I looked at the menu today and there's not a whole lot that strikes my fancy.  If we are it's no big deal, I'll just eat a little before I show up.
You're going to be surrounded by a ton of Mexican/Spanish restaurants for the next four years, so you might as well learn to enjoy the cuisine now.   The more people in a party, the more difficult it is going to be to find a restaurant that everyone is going to enjoy.  Italian would probably be the safest choice, but the Italian restaurants in D.C. are for the most part formal, sit-down type places that are not (in my opinion) ideal for a large group of people who have never met before.  LP, I think, strikes the best balance between ambiance and cuisine.  Plus, nothing says "bring on the weekend" like a big pitcher of frozen margaritas.
post #44 of 68
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..nothing says "bring on the weekend" like a big pitcher of frozen margaritas.
Here, Here, Cheers.
post #45 of 68
Hey, AmbulanceChaser, if you come we can swap lawyer stories... "I once tried a case in Pawtucket...."
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