- From: "Bram" <brstoker@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 05 Nov 2005 23:59:29 GMT
> Bram wrote:
>> The details are on the link below.
>> I'm afraid The Scarborough Hotel has a strict No Children Policy. It
>> used to have anyway.
>> That includes the eating area outside I believe. I will ask again
>> though if I go into town during the week. Hope you can come along. It
>> will be nice to see you. :-)
> Boycott them i say!!!
I cant do that! It has some of the best beer in Leeds. lol
It's also very very handy as it's so close to the Railway Station and you
can't realy miss it. It's also quite large. We got about twenty of us at the
last year's York Meet and I didn't want to choose somewhere people may not
get a seat. The Prince of Wales opposite gets pretty busy as all the railway
wxrkers tend to use it as a social club. They do have a back room however
that is like a little trucker's cafe that I believe does let kids in but not
sure if it's only if they are eating. I'll have to ask. We wouldn't get us
all in there though. Besides, The Prince of Wales doesn't do food on a
weekend. The Scarbrough does food 7 days a week.
I did consider The Palace next to the Coach Station as a meeting place as it
does food 7 days a week, and does nice real ale but it tends get a little
busy as well. It's also getting further away from the end of the City Centre
where the German Market is held, and harder to find if you don't know where
You may have noticed eating, and drinking Real Ale,tends to play a big part
in our meets lol
Bram. ---- Come to the December Meet!
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