Just a few blocks north of me. I'm not a big fan of the area bars...Chicken Coop I've had bad experiences with. I like the stadium but its small and usually pretty empty, plus they like to close around 12 if they aren't busy.
We usually go to 3rd base or AKs. Or if we are feeling really uppity we'll head over to the West Glenn bars.
The WDM CFers or other CFers nearby should have a mini get-together.
Yeah, I'm not huge on the Coop either. But the food is alright. Same goes for the Stadium, and we're just up the park trail from there.
Don't really like 3rd base. We went there for the Big 12 tourney last spring. The game wasn't quite over by the time it showed.
Like I said, Cliffs down on 5th is alright - good lunches for next to nothing, if you're looking. 13th St pub???
I just thought I'd give a quick update on how things are going. We FINALLY got everything completely closed on Wednesday. We had some other small bumps that came up but they were just the usual last minute things that usually aren't thought of until it's too late.
Now that we're all moved in, it's just a matter of having to unpack everything, doing the small enhancements and tweaks to make the place ours and building shelving and a workbench in the basement for my tools. Hopefully everything goes smoothly from here on our but I'm just ready for a vacation - now only if we could afford one aftering buying a new house and all the related expenses
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