haha, i can see a group of people in furry suits with an orca dong in each hand, spinning like a windmill for freedom.
TheProphetElijah wrote: »
With all the great local restaurants in the downtown Seattle area it really seems a shame to eat at a Chinese chain restaurant, that you could go to in any city. I vote once again to move this to a local establishment, preferably one around the market, so that those coming from out of town will get a better idea of how great of a city we truly have. Plus since most attendees will be eating convention food for the next few days we should start off with something really yummy.
Here are some ideas:
The Pink Door: http://www.thepinkdoor.net great porch, and they often have live music playing as well.
Café Campagne: http://www.campagnerestaurant.com/cafe_home.html
Il Bistro: http://www.ilbistro.net/index.html A touch on the fancy side but the prices aren’t too extravagant
If none of these look good too you try searching on http://www.thestranger.com or seattle weekly’s website.
But please lets show our guests something they can't get in their hometown.
skwisgaar Skwigelf wrote: »
Although P.F. Changs ain't exactly the epitome of Chinese cuisine, it would be convinient. But, this dinner isn't for the food, it's for the people!