[Smaug] Meeting Monday
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Mon May 25 15:20:57 PDT 2009
We just moved IN to Santa Cruz when Tiny's closed. The former location
is more convenient than downtown to all the people who attend most
regularly (Myself, Chris, Ian, Keith G.) and there's more and cheaper
It's less convenient to UCSC students, but they seldom show up anyway.
There are a few people living near or in downtown, who show up from
time to time, but not regularly.
Santa Cruz Diner seems like it would be too crowded. IHOP is generally
a family place, as was Tiny's, for the most part, so the noise level
would be about as low. That's just a guess.
But we don't know THIS chains policies and whether they will have wireless.
Another issue - there may be more clientele at the Pizza & Grille in
the summer, so we may want to shift back to meeting later.
Yet another issue - the staff at the Pizza & Grille tend to leave the
front doors open a lot, so smoke gets in (sucked in by the exhaust fan
in the kitchen) and it gets cold as well. Street people downtown
aren't to sensitive to such issues, either.
And the food isn't as healthy as what Tiny's served. I basically
shouldn't be eating ANYthing the pizza place serves. I'd have to see
what IHOP serves at night in addition to their pancakes etc. (actually
omelettes would be fine for me).
On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 2:41 PM, Karsten Wade <karsten at karstenwade.com> wrote:
> Peter Belew wrote:
>> Apparently the IHOP is now open at the location of the former Tinys
>> in Capitola. I haven't checked it out yet - so I don't know if it's
>> going to be as SMAUG-friendly as Tinys was. Has anyone been there
> Interesting idea. I'd doubt a chain would be conducive, but who knows? I
> guess I'd rather try out Santa Cruz Diner, by comparison. It's
> understandable wanting to find a more comfortable location than Pacific Ave.
> Grille, but do you really want to move entirely out of Santa Cruz?
> Has there been any discussion around approaching the folks at NextSpace?
> (http://nextspace.us) I wish The Attic were still what it once was, that
> was a great and comfortable location. It just feels to me that, with
> downtown full of energetic geekiness, we should be able to find a location
> and maybe grow the member roll ...
> - k'
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