Kirby Lane Cafe seems like a pretty good idea although I have to say it has been many years since I last ate there. Has a group ride been put together? If not, what interest is there in a ride?
Mike Short, Austin Texas. USA.
On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 7:08 PM, Donald Murphey <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> I hope all you guys and gals are going to NAHBS. There's interest in
> breakfast Saturday somewhere close to the convention center. Las Manitas
> downtown is closed. There are not great places downtown for a good casual
> breakfast, in my opinion. The closest places are a bit north, around campus,
> or south of the river. My picks are:
> A good breakfast get together would be at Kerbey Lane Cafe. The University
> location is the bigger close location to the convention center. It is at
> 26th and Guadalupe, just north of Univ of Texas Campus. On Saturday
> mornings there is a wait, and no reservations, so we need to get a head
> count, and then ask for a big table at a certain time, 8:30 or 9:00.
> Kerbey Lane Cafe at University
> 2606 Guadalupe
> Austin, TX 78705 512.477.5717
> Another great breakfast place is Trudy's Texas Star Cafe, also just north
> of Univ Of Texas campus. This will also be busy, no reservations.
> Trudy's Texas Star Cafe
> 409 West 30th Street
> Austin, TX 78705
> A group will be riding from the north side to the convention center. If
> breakfast is not convenient, then we could consider a lunch later in the day
> at Texas Chili Parlor next to the Capital, Z'Tejas on 6th close to Lamar, or
> Magnolia Cafe on South Congress. I want to ride in the hill country on
> Sunday, if anyone is interested. Please voice your desires. We will see
> what works.
> Don Murphey
> Old Austinite, now in Fort Worth, TX
> Message: 4
> Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2011 14:44:03 -0600
> From: Mike Short <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: [CR] Hotel Austin & NAHBBS
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
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> Hi Dale and All,
> I know you (Dale) asked me about a breakfast location but I have to admit I
> tend to stay out of the center of town and can offer little in the way
> of suggestions. However I will keep the idea in mind in case a light
> bulb should suddenly illuminate! In the mean time I hope there may be ideas
> from other Austinites.
> Mike Short,
> Austin TX.
> On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 11:34 AM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> > << I hear the restaurants and downtown area are really nice. >>
> > Rich and all:
> > I am still looking for recommendations for a CR Breakfast location for
> > Saturday morning. I have no idea how things are laid out there near this
> > event. Anybody got any good ideas?
> > Dale Brown
> > Greensboro, North Carolina USA
> > http://www.classicrendezvous.com
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