DRT wrote:Please suggest theme and venue.
Works for me. Thank you.jdaw1 wrote:If wanted, and if we are few, I could accommodate. Four maximum, say.
Do you have facilities to cook food (other than just microwave pies)? Or we could order in?jdaw1 wrote:I have glasses, but no food.
Works for me.AHB wrote:perhaps El Vino on Fleet Street
Yes, and yes.DRT wrote:Do you have facilities to cook food (other than just microwave pies)? Or we could order in?
Also works for me.DRT wrote:Or we could just have a night on the beer, somewhere close to where AHB needs to catch a train home?
What you drink when you get home is up to you.AHB wrote:Theme - it being Valentine's Day, surely the theme should be Pink Port?
DRT wrote:What you drink when you get home is up to you.AHB wrote:Theme - it being Valentine's Day, surely the theme should be Pink Port?
Will you be my Valentine?AHB wrote:Would Cockburn 1912 be sufficiently pink?
Works for me. Can we take our own bottles or do we just buy from the bar?AHB wrote:Another venue thought - Gordon's Wine Bar in Charing Cross
Although it may be different on the 14th, Gordon's is tiny and usually packed, with table space at a premium. I'm not sure what their attitude to bringing bottles might be, though since it is far more of a wine bar that serves some food rather than a restaurant with a wine bar, they may be more keen on selling stuff from the bar than, say, Davy's.AHB wrote:I've never drunk at Gordon's before, so don't know the form. We could simply turn up prepared to drink our own stuff but also buy from the bar. Gordon's is probably the most convenient suggested venue for me so far, and I do need to leave pretty promptly at 7-7:30.
We won't rub it in, but can tell you it is already in the decanterRAYC wrote:regrettably i will have to miss my first London-based TPF offline event in many months.
Have fun. If you do drink a bottle of El Vino's marvellous F77, please don't rub it in until tomorrow!!
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