I've noticed his absence....

Discussion in 'Town Hall' started by markjs, Aug 15, 2007.

  1. Professur I'm just a fungii. Well-Known Member

    Anyone I know?
  2. MrBishop Fuckin' Idealist on Holiday. CYA Well-Known Member

    Nice.. closest to that would be Coles/Chapters/Indigo..with it's food-area. Expensive hard to pronounce coffees and cakes/cookies.

    Libraries, on the other hand are mostly designed for useability and storage rather than comfort. My alma mater has a library complex downtown Montreal... lots of light/windows and is partially an atrium, and the exterior architecture is stunning, but it's not..comfortable. Very blocky. Certainly no food allowed inside. Perish the thought!

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  3. MrBishop Fuckin' Idealist on Holiday. CYA Well-Known Member

    Maybe...I'll PM you the name and store.
  4. BeardofPants *shakes fist* New Member

    We have a store like that too - only the one cat tho'. Also, there was one in Venice Beach, LA, that had a QTE kitteh! :)
  5. Nixy Princess Consuela Banana Hammock Elimi-nistrator

    Bookstores generally don't have cafes or patios where you can eat/drink and browse books before buying because they don't want crap wasted all over books that haven't been bought. Almost all Chapters stores have a Starbucks and depending on the location I've seen patios attached to those Starbucks. You're not allowed to take books into the starbucks without paying for them though, because other wise people would sit and read without buying and risk spilling stuff. I think their reasoning is very reasonable.
  6. Dave Well-Known Member

    I love how threads morph around here.
  7. ResearchMonkey Bigoted homophobic white supremacist trailer trash Well-Known Member

    I'm still wondering how it morphed.
  8. Dave Well-Known Member

    Spammers
  9. Cerise Well-Known Member

    There's a tavern in a neighboring town that doesn't serve food, but encourages their patrons to bring in carryout from their favorite eatery, and or course wash it down with the bar's beer. Perfect for those football Saturdays....
  10. Nixy Princess Consuela Banana Hammock Elimi-nistrator

    Interesting. It's illegal here for bars not to offer food. They also can't just offer one item, they need to offer a minimum number of different selections for food for all hours that they're serving alcohol. I don't know the exact details, but I do know one bar here in Calgary was once shut down for not offering food and my brother is a bouncer at a bar in Ontario (he's in university, it's a part time gig) and he told me they have to offer a minimum number of food selections all night (he told me the number but I forget).
  11. Cerise Well-Known Member

  12. Nixy Princess Consuela Banana Hammock Elimi-nistrator

    That's a really cool idea. I'd love to be able to order food delivery to be brought to me at a bar!
  13. randomJACKASS The Controversial One established April 2002 Banned

    Actually I am not too sure if this distinction is made in your state or province, but here in Washington, a "tavern", defined as an establishment that serves beer and wine, but not distilled spirits, does not have to serve food. A bar or cocktail lounge that does serve distilled spirits must serve food and they must have a certain number of items (I never did know how many), even after the attached restaurant closes. Usually around here, they have some cold sandwiches, some salads and a number of deep fryer items such as shrimp, fries, onion rings, fried mozzarella, battered and fried veggies, or other simple to make even for a bartender type items.
  14. 2minkey كافر bootlicker

    yeah it varies from state to state and i'm guessing province to province as i seem to recall something about BC being different as far as booze laws from ontario, though that may have just been how a private individual buys it at a store, not a bar/restaurant thing. i can tell you that there's no problem in CA or IL serving all order of booze without food being served.
  15. Gonz Founding Member and Vast molṑn labé

    In AZ, a bar is a bar. There are no beer/wine only licenses. Food or no food, owners discretion.

    IN has weird package laws but standard bars rules (although, you can buy alcohol in a restaurant on Sunday but not at a retail store)
  16. chcr We're dancing for once! Too cute for words

    Barnes and Noble has a coffee shop and patio here. Books-a-Million as well.

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