Sounds good people - I was in there earlier and it’s been redone - more dining area now less lounge area/sofa’s etc., but good news is the area we took over last time is still similar and still a lounge area - I just need to get in there earlier to stake a claim I guess but equally once it starts filling with NFL attired guys getting loud I think others might decide sod this and move off of their own volition.
The Carvery costs more on a Sunday hence I thought it would be nice for those in my new league the Saturday that want to break the ice with other GM’s if turning up early could sit together or near each other so I said to the manager a table around 12:30 be good for me. A carvery is £6.29 or £6.99 with your choice of either Soup starter or Ice Cream pudding (Mon - Sat). I’m not sure if it’s expected but I left a few quid tip last night - I left £12 and my bill was £9.49. That included the unlimited refill Pepsi at £2.50 but you can get that on any of the softies - Lemonade, Pepsi Max or Diet Pepsi so I think would suit Simon who I know doesn’t drink - maybe Shani to and anyone else that wants softies.
On the Sunday it’s their busiest day manager said so those of you that want a Carvery best turn up early - think they open at 11am. - As I can only manage 1 dinner a day I will wait to eat at the Curry place post draft and as Drew said the draft went on a bit last time so to allow time for a good social night hope to start the draft earlier - say about 1pm.
Also I have to guess it right now but plan to visit the Curry place and book a table for the Sunday so will need to estimate the time and allow time to get there. Also need to guess numbers to. Not sure how good trains are on a Sunday or if we should share a fleet of cabs - ideal if trains go as it’s 1 stop and both venues are next to there respective train stations but if not sharing cabs should be no more than a few pounds each as it’s not far.