[Chicago] PyCon BeerBoF
chris.mcavoy at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 15:24:02 CET 2008
Goose Island in Wrigleyville is also within looking distance of
Wrigley Field, and is usually not terribly crowded. That might get a
draw. It's moderately tough to get to though.
Maybe we can charter a bus? I see drunk wedding parties tooling up
and down Clark constantly. Anyone want to look into that? (I'm all
about making suggestions and not acting on them, ask Ted.)
On Feb 7, 2008 7:15 AM, Warren Lindsey <warren.lindsey at gmail.com> wrote:
> Goose Island is pretty big with a bar upstairs and bar/lounge
> downstairs. They have conference/party rooms available as well, but
> there is sure to be a cost for these on a Saturday night.
> On Feb 6, 2008 3:27 PM, Ted Pollari <tcp at mac.com> wrote:
> > On Feb 6, 2008, at 1:16 PM, Anthony Rubin wrote:
> > > In my mind there are only two choices if you want a good Chicago
> > > brewery: Piece and Goose Island. Piece actually has great beer, great
> > > New Haven style pizza and is close to the Damen blue line stop.
> > Piece had some of the worst pizza, worst beer and worst service I've
> > experienced. I'd probably not attend if that was the venue...
> > I'd be a huge fan of hitting Goose Island, the Map Room, the Hopleaf,
> > or any other well established local pub. If I had to pick one that
> > was emblematic of Chicago, it'd surely be Goose Island. Both
> > locations aren't too far from train stops, so it'd be workable...
> > -t
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