BAD KSP (was Re: list still alive?)

Sean Rhea
Sun, 3 Jun 2001 14:24:21 -0700

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On Sun, Jun 03, 2001 at 01:33:04PM -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
> How about one of the many eateries on Northside, along Euclid, just
> north of Hearst?  Not only is it much less crowded and with faster
> service, with lots of choices including Mexican and Korean BBQ joints,
> but there's also a perfectly decent pizza-and-beer joint (La Val's,
>, with a nice outdoor
> dining patio shared with other restaurants.

La Val's is probably the best bet for a group our size (assuming this KSP
will be as large as the last one I went to).  They have a group room which
seats large parties easily.  The pizza isn't the world's greatest, but it
isn't too bad either.

Alternatively, there is a little food court on Hearst just east of Euclid
which might work as well.  It has a Chinese place, a Japanese place, a
Korean place, a grill, a California food place, and a Top Dog, all sharing
the same set of tables, which would make it easy for everyone to get what
they wanted.

> Downside:  People arriving on BART would have to walk about 1 km or take
> one of the University shuttle-buses.  Walking's good for you lot.

The University Perimeter shuttle (P bus) goes right from BART to Hearst and
Euclid and costs only a quarter, for those too lazy (smart) to walk.  :)

	Human beings were created by water to transport it uphill.
			      -- Unix fortune

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