[sf-lug] Other locations
femtoghoti at gmail.com
Mon Sep 1 17:28:53 PDT 2008
not sure how this came about ... but all those locations are much
better for me. This assumes I can make the time to get back to the
On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 4:44 PM, Asheesh Laroia <asheesh at asheesh.org> wrote:
> What would people think of us looking at other locations?
> I've been looking on Yelp, and the constraints as I see are as follows:
> * Hard constraint: Open during SF-LUG meetings on Mondays and Sundays
> (This is harder than you might think.)
> * Has free wifi.
> * Would be able to seat a bunch of people.
> Soft constraint:
> * Should be close to public transit
> * Has better food and better seating than the Javacat.
> * Can retain SF-LUG's "neighborhood" feel as compared to BALUG's grittier
> downtown feel (I'm joking! (oar am I? (or am I?)))
> In some ways, I"d prefer to keep it close to SF-LUG's current location,
> but in some ways that location is pretty inconvenient for me and a few
> other people. We can maybe do a poll later to consider that question.
> Until then, I make three suggestions for discussion's sake:
> 1. Brain Wash (SOMA)
> * Location: 7th St & Folsom St, near Civic Center MUNI + BART
> * Some of us went there recently.
> * http://www.yelp.com/biz/brainwash-cafe-and-laundromat-san-francisco
> 2. H Cafe (Castro)
> * Location: 17th St & Sanchez St (near Castro MUNI)
> * http://hcafesf.com/community.html has nice-looking pictures
> 3. Cafe La Taza (Mission)
> * Location: Mission St between 20th & 21st, close (ish?) to 24th St BART
> * Delicious food
> * http://www.yelp.com/biz/cafe-la-taza-san-francisco-2
> I didn't look at places in very many neighborhoods due to my BART/MUNI
> obsession. There are many, many places that don't meet the first hard
> Of these, I prefer #1's transit accessibility. I never actually sat down
> there, though. What do others think?
> -- Asheesh.
> All bad precedents began as justifiable measures.
> -- Gaius Julius Caesar, quoted in "The Conspiracy of
> Catiline", by Sallust
> sf-lug mailing list
> sf-lug at linuxmafia.com
"A careful man tries to dodge the bullets, while a happy man takes a
walk." - Mark Oliver Everett
More information about the sf-lug