Sacramento Geek Dinner

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If you’re in Sacramento and watch with envy as those Bay Area snobs hold their blogger/geek/tech dinners, then be green no longer. Scott Hildebrand and I are organizing the first of many Sacramento area geek dinners.

When: Thursday, March 16th 2006 at 7:00PM

Where: Woodstock’s Pizza in Davis, CA

Local Interest
March 16, 2006 11:45 AM

Is the March 16 Thursday geek dinner really happening? It would be a long drive for me, so does this place have really excellent pizza or something else to recommend it?

Scott Hildebrand
March 16, 2006 12:28 PM

Yes it's really happening. The pizza is good but maybe not as good as Round Table. WiFi is free also but I don't know how many people are going to actually use it. Davis is a good place for Sacramento people, and also good for any UC Davis students who might perhaps not have a car and would like to come. It's also not THAT far from the Bay Area.

Elise
March 16, 2006 9:09 PM

Hi Adam, Couldn't make it tonight but I would be interested in other gatherings. Especially if they are a little closer in. Is lunch ever a possibility? Perhaps at Bella Bru at Arden and Fair Oaks Blvd?

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