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Date: 2004-09-01 (22:41)
From: Brandon J. Van Every <vanevery@i...>
Subject: [Caml-list] ML S*attle meets Thursday, Sept. 9th
ML S*attle is for people interested in face-to-face discussion of the ML
family of programming languages, including Standard ML, OCaml, and
others. Meetings are held every 3 weeks at The Stumbling Monk, a pub in
Capit*l Hill with exceedingly good Belgian beer.  We have a mailing

We will meet Thursday, September 9th, at 7:00 pm at

The Stumbling Monk
1 6 3 5   E. Olive Way
at corner of Olive and Belmont
kitty corner from the B&O Restaur*nt

Beware that the advertizement as seen from the street is extremely low
key.  The sign in the window is hardly noticeable and the awning above
the front door still says "TYPING" on it.  Due to the popularity of
the rotating spec*alty brews offered, the owner really has no need for
additional salesmanship. I imagine if you ask the locals, they can
point you at it.  Especially local shopkeepers.

Things to know about The Monk:

- it serves yummy Belgian beers!
- the bier menu rotates constantly
- spec*alty 'aged' beers are available
- it is non-smoking
- it isn't very big
- it's low-lit
- they have chips, feel free to order a pizza from elsewhere
- park*ng is typical Capit*l Hill park*ng, i.e. bad

Brand*n Van Every               S*attle, WA

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