From: Philip Reynolds (phil at domain redbrick.dcu.ie)
Date: Wed 04 Sep 2002 - 10:20:51 IST
David Neary's [dneary at domain wanadoo.fr] 30 lines of wisdom included:
> How many of you are there? If it's more like 5 than 50, then
> I'd say a coffee shop like the Winding Stair (or Cafe Mocha). If
> you're getting up to 15 or 20 people, you're going to have to
> look at something pubby. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.
> You can book space for 20 or 30 people in (say) the Hairy Lemon
> for no charge. I've booked a big table in an alcove in there for
> 8pm on a Saturday at 4pm on the Saturday :) They're fairly decent
> about keeping space.
Mactorcaills on corner of Townsend St/Tara St will also let you
book for free. I'd be dubious about this, if you were expecting
anything more than 30 people.
Mactorcaills can be very quiet, so long as it's not a weekend and
there's nothing on the T.V. Inquire in there, they'll generally be
able to tell you if it's noisy or not on a particular evening/night.
-- Philip Reynolds RFC Networks tel: 01 8832063 www.rfc-networks.ie fax: 01 8832041
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