Looking for "Rower-Friendly" Restaurants

Looking for "Rower-Friendly" Restaurants

Post by RowAlman » Tue, 19 Aug 1997 04:00:00


Greetings,

I'm looking for "rower-friendly" restaurants and coffee places in all the
major metro cities in the U.S.   A compilation of "rower-friendly"
restaurants will be published in the 1998 American Rower's Almanac.

If you have a favorite hangout you go to after a morning row, I would like
to hear about it.  Please email me with any suggestions.

Thank you,
Karen Solem, Editor

 
 
 

Looking for "Rower-Friendly" Restaurants

Post by THKASS » Wed, 20 Aug 1997 04:00:00

At Brown University (Prov. RI) the place to go is Louis Family Restaurant.
They have very large and filling serving. It is not the healthiest but is
ideal for post practice and post saturady nights. It is right next to
campus and is well known by all the students. Ave. price for a large plate
of grub is $4.00! Enjoy

 
 
 

Looking for "Rower-Friendly" Restaurants

Post by Jason Peaco » Thu, 21 Aug 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>At Brown University (Prov. RI) the place to go is Louis Family Restaurant.
>They have very large and filling serving. It is not the healthiest but is
>ideal for post practice and post saturady nights. It is right next to
>campus and is well known by all the students. Ave. price for a large plate
>of grub is $4.00! Enjoy

I've always enjoyed Olive Garden restaurants.  Being a national chain, you can
always find one.  Thay are a little pricey, but you get unlimited soup, salad,
lemonade, and breadsticks!  Just order a small entree as an excuse for
everything else!

Jason

Jason Peacock

http://weber.u.washington.edu/~jpeacock

 
 
 

Looking for "Rower-Friendly" Restaurants

Post by Anu Dudhi » Sat, 23 Aug 1997 04:00:00

Quote:
> what makes a restaurant rower-friendly?

Or maybe high-chairs and kiddies' menus for coxes.

And a "No Coaching" section for people who just want to get on with
eating without having their technique criticised.

And menus with set times for each course: 10 minutes starter, followed
by 20 minutes main course, 5 minutes dessert.

Oh come on, we can have lots of fun with this thread...