Reminder: NY Domain Get Together

I want to remind you that we are getting together on Thursday, September 24th at 6:30pm at the 79th Street Boat Basin. This is a casual restaurant and more of a happy hour than dinner, although there will be appetizers sponsored by WhyPark (thanks!).

Since the Boat Basin is sort of outdoors (fully covered restaurant, but open on two sides), it might be a good idea to wear something a bit warm, although I think the temperatures will be in the high 60s.

Directions to the Boat Basin:

Walk as far west as you can on 79th St. and cross Riverside Dr. Walk under the highway overpass bridge, and on both sides of the street, there are staircases that will lead you down to the restaurant.   You can also take the   1 train to the 79th St stop and walk west.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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