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Thursday's Meetup @ Phnom Penh in International District

From: Jason T.
Sent on: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 2:20 PM

I've updated this Meetup. For more details, see the full listing:

When: Thursday, May 17,[masked]:30 PM

Where: Phnom Penh Noodle House
660 S King St
Seattle, WA 98104

I'm double-booked on Thursday night, so I'm choosing a place close to my other destination. Phnom Penh noodle house is a Cambodian place featuring a bunch of noodle dishes and avocado shakes. I figure it'll be a good place to recover after listening to a bunch of unfamiliar people pontificating on software craftsmanship.

Prices are pretty darn cheap. You can probably get out of here for about $10-15. We probably will lean toward ordering separately, but there's nothing stopping you from sharing with your neighbors. Please bring cash. Last time we came here, they managed separate checks, but I can't promise that, as I'm sure doing this for the 45 people who attended when we last visited was a lot of work, and they may have realized how insane that was.

If I remember correctly, they don't serve alcohol here, but you may want to head to Maekawa bar and/or Fort Ste. George to make up for that later, or you can gather for happy hour somewhere, maybe at Kaname, beforehand, if you want to preload.

Public transportation access can't be beat. You can take a bus or light rail to International District station, and just walk a couple of blocks. Parking is occasionally complicated, but usually manageable; make sure you read the time restrictions for paid parking, as many areas downtown charge until 8pm.


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