Actually Lee made it clear to me that if we eat out she would prefer to go elsewhere. I think the low turnout for Acre 121 might indicate this dissatisfaction with the place and the menu. We met a couple of times at a place that had decent food but no alcohol. Some people like to add a beer or wine so that option did not work well for them. Tom thought of place that had high end craft beers but a food menu that I did not find attractive. There has to be place in DC that has good food at a low to moderate price with sufficiently low noise so we can talk and the option to have a drink with our meal. This is Tom's task to find it for us. I hope the next one is a winner.
From: Beth Kantrowitz <[address removed]>
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Sent: Thursday, August 8,[masked]:12 PM
Subject: [atheists-27] Cancellation of Tomorrow's Meetup
Tom and Don,
I have a conflict for the event you scheduled, but I really didn't like Acre 121 last time. The service was substandard and there really wasn't anything appealing to me on the menu. Unfortunately, I don't have any suggestions of a place that's fairly centrally located, near public transportation, and quiet enough for conversation.
That said, I would enjoy another get-together.
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