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List of potential places within a 10 minute walk that are also handicapped accessible that can handle 300-400 people.

Restaurant Name Phone Capacity handicap? Comments
343 Front Steet Tavern and Sports Bar 614-621-9453 600-700 yes
89 Fish and Grill 614-586-4585 100+
BBR Columbus 614-365-7625
Bar Louie 614-220-0900 460 yes
Boston's The Gourmet Pizza 614-229-4275 120 yes
Buca di Beppo- Arena District 614-621-3287 700 yes Terra Calloway
Callahan's Irish Tavern 614-223-1200 700 yes Jef - Owner
Elevator Brewery & Draught Haus 614-228-0500 173 yes
Flatiron Bar & Diner 614-461-0033
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant 614-246-2900 418 yes
Max & Erma's/Crowne Plaza 614-228-5555 ~200 yes
Park Street Patio 614-975-1363
R Bar Arena 614-221-4950 240 yes Natlie Darr
Surly Girl Saloon 614-294-4900
The Three-Legged Mare 614-222-4950 ~400 mostly Natlie Darr
bd's mongolian barbeque - Arena District 614-586-0077 ~220 yes
dock580 614-464-9999 Sarah Payne - ext. 18

  1. Some notes

A few of these places seem promising: I spoke to the owner of Callahan's and he says they do these types of events several times a week. I think if we wanted to do a smaller event on Friday, some of the smaller capacity venues may work. Terra Calloway from Buca has sent me an email with information. Natalie Darr from 3-Legged Mare and R-Bar mentioned they have rented out the entire place if we can promise a minimum purchase per person. The elevator is a pretty cool place for a smaller event.

    • Three legged mare

$7000 for open bar, everything for from 6 to midnight (possibly make time span shorter). Basically we would make up the difference. - We could keep it open to public if we wanted too, and use their sales. - Total sales figure for the time the bar is open - People could order food too - We could bring our own dj in too - Up to 350 people - We could bring in arcade consoles and stuff to set up and play...other board games too

Possible Themes?

(borrowed from SCaLE) 1. History of Nintendo: Re-experience every major version of Mario released, on original equipment, from the first 1985 NES all the way to the modern Wii. 2. A late night snack of Android cookies, milk, and ice cream sandwiches