patpaul at MIT.EDU
Wed Feb 2 19:24:29 UTC 2005
Paul Stauffer wrote:
>>Sorry to be a pain, but the United States has restrictions on those
>>being under-21 years of age from attending a pub (I believe)
>>If we do hit a pub, can we find a friendly one, that will allow those
>>that are under-21 years of age to get in, even if its not to serve
>>alcohol (but Coca Cola)?
> Not a problem; most pubs in Massachusetts will still admit under-21 folks.
> They usually don't ask for ID unless you order alcohol.
My experience in the Boston pub scene, which is quite extensive, is that
under-21 folks will not be getting into any pubs on a Friday. The pubs
will be too busy, the carding will be done at the door.
>>But yes, Paul, go ahead, organise it. It'll be informal, and we're going
>>to do signups soon, so we'll have better numbers later. Post-FUDCon
> Cool. Once we have some idea of numbers, I'll check around at a few nearby
> places and make sure they wouldn't mind a large influx of geeks on a Friday
> evening. :)
The last time I had an under-21 friend in town, a couple of years ago,
the only place that worked out was Jillians. It's a bit flashy, but a
side benefit for all attendees from out of town is that they can walk by
Fenway Park, which is right across the street.
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