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Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

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Re: Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

Postby Doogy R » Sat Aug 16, 2008 2:20 pm

This looks like the final list.

Myself and mom.
Robin and his lovely bride
Ed Vermillion
Gayle DeM
Gary F
Steve Shade
John Lisherness
Suzi Bernet and Richard
Todd Pharris
Carol C
Stephen D

Unless I hear from anyone else, I will go ahead and make the reservation for us today around 4pm. It will be for Monday the 18th at noon. I look forward to meeting everyone there.
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Re: Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

Postby Doogy R » Sat Aug 16, 2008 4:29 pm

This is odd. I tried to make our reservation through Open Table and got the following message. Your party size is larger than Corbett's Fine Dining's limit for online reservations. I then called Corbett's and received a prerecorded message. I'll call at 5 when I know for sure they'll be open. Once I have the reservation conformed. I will post that here.
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Re: Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

Postby Doogy R » Sat Aug 16, 2008 4:41 pm

The reservation has been confirmed. It is under the name Renfro. See everyone Monday at noon.
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Re: Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

Postby Ed Vermillion » Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:02 pm

Thanks, Doogy. See ya then.
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Re: Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

Postby Steve Shade » Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:42 pm

Robin Garr wrote:
Steve Shade wrote:I'm in. Time?????????

Look back up the thread and I think you'll find we agreed on noon, or as close to it as reasonably possible.

Note that this is a classy place ... jacket and tie are not mandatory, but certainly suitable. Grunge would embarrassing.


Since this is response to my post, I assume the "grunge would embarrassing" is aimed at me. Sounds pretty insulting directly to me.
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Re: Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

Postby Doogy R » Sat Aug 16, 2008 8:05 pm

Steve Shade wrote:
Robin Garr wrote:
Steve Shade wrote:I'm in. Time?????????

Look back up the thread and I think you'll find we agreed on noon, or as close to it as reasonably possible.

Note that this is a classy place ... jacket and tie are not mandatory, but certainly suitable. Grunge would embarrassing.


Since this is response to my post, I assume the "grunge would embarrassing" is aimed at me. Sounds pretty insulting directly to me.


Steve, Robin made mention in an earlier post about Corbett's being a classy place. I believe the specific post you cited was for all readers and wasn't directed toward just you. I'm sure he'll verify this the next time he's on the forum.
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Re: Corbett's: $20 prix fixe lunch.

Postby Doogy R » Mon Aug 18, 2008 4:27 pm

It was so nice to meet everyone. Thanks for coming along for the culinary experience. My mom was happy to meet everyone as well. She just doesn't seem to understand how these online forums seem to operate, so it was good for her to see the real people she has previously only heard me speak of.
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