Please join the Red Sox Natives and other invited North Shore groups for a "Talking Sports" Third Wednesday After Work Happy Hour at Laurie's 909 Steakhouse and Raw Bar in Wakefield on Wednesday, February 20 after work.
"Talking Sports" will be hosted by Bob from Laurie's 909, Jon the founder of Red Sox Natives and myself.
Topics up for debate will include:
1. Will Tom Brady win another Super Bowl?
2. Are the Celtics contenders or should they be rebuilding?
3. Now that the Lockout is over and the NHL season has begun, can Tuka lead the Bruins to the Stanley Cup Finals?
4. What will develop as the key stories, surprises and disappointments of the 2013 Red Sox Spring Training?
5. Did Aaron Sele deserve 1 Hall of Fame vote?
We will be occupying both the Penny Lane and Trackside bars at Laurie's so invite your friends.
Stay for appetizers, dinner, a cocktail (The 909 Specials) or two or three, socializing and more. If you have a group of people who want a table reservation for dinner please call Laurie's at[masked] and make a reservation. For more information on Laurie's 909 please go to http://www.lauries909.com.
Get there when you can and stay as long as you're able. You're more than welcome to show up for all or part of the event.
Participating Groups are:
1. Red Sox Natives (Frank and Jon), 2. Boston Happy Hour (Tonya), 3. North Shore Womens Group (Maria), 4. North Shore Separated & Divorced Group (Maria)
If this will be your first time meeting the Red Sox Natives and Happy Hour Crew, check out the photos of those who RSVP Yes so you can find the group.
Please remember to maintain your own tab or pay as you order and tip your servers. However, if you sit at a group table a group bill may be provided so please communicate with your server when ordering.
Laurie's 909 Steakhouse and Raw Bar is Wakefield's newest Restaurant and Bar with live entertainment several nights per week and Tuesday Night Trivia with Morgan White Jr. from WBZ Radio. Laurie's is located at the Wakefield Commuter Rail Train Station in Wakefield. The Reading and Haverhill Commuter Rail trains stop at Laurie's 909. Trains leave North Station Boston at 5:15, 5:35, 5:55, 6:20 and 7:20pm. It's a 20 minute ride to the Wakefield stop in front of Laurie's. Trains depart from Wakefield to Boston at 8:05, 9:09, 10:19 and 10:58pm. Laurie's is easily accessible within 10 minutes from Routes 128, 93, 28 and 1. Free parking is available in two lots on Tuttle Street, in the Church parking lot if there are no functions and on Tuttle Street after 5:00pm. Check out the MBTA or Hop Stop for additional public transit options including the less reliable/infrequent 136 and 137 bus lines.
Check out the "Penny Lane" Bar, the 9:09 and Beatles references.
More information at http://www.lauries909.com.
See you there!