Started by The Letter R, April 09, 2019, 09:02:40 am
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Quote from: Bisto on July 08, 2019, 13:07:59 pmNice to get to an SS meet up again, it's been a while. Thanks for making Kelly feel welcome guys.Some very funny stories and good laughs shared over the afternoon/evening. The Tribute Ale was very good, far better than the undrinkable IPA🤐🤢 (thanks Patrick😉) and the lager (thanks Neill😉) I won't be eating there next time though; a quick visit to the nearby Burger King might be in order at some point in the proceedings.Btw, as regards the next one, fwiw, my do-able November dates are the 9th or the 30th.
Quote from: Bez on July 08, 2019, 15:49:34 pmI hope Kelly didn't think we were too weird....a little bit weird is fine
Quote from: pdw1 on July 08, 2019, 21:20:08 pmI think she did a very good job of putting up with us and looking like we were not talking utter crap.Talking of which must find some more of that IPA
Quote from: Bisto on July 09, 2019, 11:02:23 amShe was a bit wary at first but came away saying how much she enjoyed it and that she would definitely come again; she also liked the Ship Tavern but, like myself, wasn't impressed with the food (or the cost). It's a shame as the Ship is a nice, cozy and very easy to get to pub The trouble is once you've got a table (or two) the chances of coming back and finding it still available (having gone for a meal elsewhere, at that time of night) are virtually nil, and even if we could all reach a consensus (unlikely) on where to eat locally the chances of being able to just rock up and get a table, for what could be a dozen people is, again, highly unlikely. As I mentioned previously, Kelly and I will probably grab a burger at the Burger King next time. I'm guessing that the (adopts a Mickey Flanagan voice) "ambience" at the nearby Wetherspoons isn't convivial enough to warrant jumping Ship, as it were, despite the better value(?)
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