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I'm still in.. but not in "again" so if you've counted me once...whomever is counting shouldn't really count me again, that's not to say that I shouldn't be counted...I'm just not really worthy of a double count unless.. you're trying to get an idea about beer consumption, because then I'm like 3...

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Just curious, when and where is this meet up??

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I have no idea.

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The 'gathering' is for this Monday 1/26 at 6 PM at a place called Canterbury Ales in the village of Huntington on LI. It is a pretty long haul from Bean-town but you would be most welcome should you decide to make the effort. Their menu is posted at their website: Canterbury Ales
I just stopped by Canterbury Ales and spoke to the manager, Mary Ann, and cased the joint since I've never been there before. They have 2 dining areas - 1 by the bar and another farther away from the bar (slightly more formal dining area). There is seating for about 4 - 6 at the bar as well. There is room for around 20 in the area by the bar. Guess where we will be sitting? There is room for around another 30 in the outer dining area. The set up is like a traditional English pub where the riff raff hang out by the bar and the barristers eat and drink in the outer area.
I asked Mary Ann about music and while they have no stage area set up she was not upset when I suggested that someone might play a mandolin for about 10 - 15 minutes. C2 - keep in mind that it is not a huge place. You'll see it when you believe it. They used to 'do' music years ago but are more into the eating and drinking thing these days.
I told Mary Ann that we would not be more then 20 people which seems to be born out by the replies so far. We shall see.

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Have a drink for me... i'll be saving my dimes for a trip this August.

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I am sure we can manage that request Joel! CraigII or I will certainly accommodate you.

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Same for me......Probably wont be there after discussion with my dad.

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