- Having had lunch at the Brew Works this winter(?) when Jim and I were there to pick up tix, I want to jump in and say that they are expanding and, it seems toMessage 1 of 3 , May 31, 2001View SourceHaving had lunch at the Brew Works this winter(?)
when Jim and I were there to pick up tix, I want
to jump in and say that they are expanding and,
it seems to me, were damn close to being done. I
also want to add that this was not originally posted
to the P&O list so I'm feeling a little nervous
about how many people might show up at our hotel room
(dirty underwear, or not!. . .)
Steve Sly said:
> I think the biggest problem with the Brew Works is the size of theplace. I
> mean, it is just not very big, especially if several hundredproggers invade
> it. I love the place for a good brew and good food, but I don'tknow if it
> is going to be the best of meeting places with so many people.
- ... Did someone there actually call us that?! ... One thing that most people don t realize is that this was NOT the case for the entirety of the pre-NF show.Message 2 of 3 , Jun 8, 2001View Sourcestevesly@... wrote:
> Yea, after the way The Croc treated "the nerd convention" in the basementDid someone there actually call us that?!
> last year, I don't know if I want to have anything to do with them.
> Jerry wrote:One thing that most people don't realize is that this was NOT the case for the
> >>well, let me ask this. would the place have been okay
> if it wasn't so crowded and hot? that seemed to be the
> major complaint as i recall.<<
> It did not have to be crowded and hot. The upstairs room where the big
> was located was spacious and cool. A big room with about 12 people in it.
> Echolyn was stuck in a basement room on a little cramped stage in the corner
> with about 600 people jammed into the room. I shit you not, I worked my way
entirety of the pre-NF show. I went upstairs briefly during Echolyn, and that
room was PACKED with people. They had way more than we had downstairs. I
can't blame the Croc for booking that band instead of the pre-NF gig.
> Steve SlyHow do you like that album, Steve? Azigza was my favorite band at this past
> (NP - Azigza - Azigza)
year's Baja Prog.
Roy DeRousse (relayer@...)