Background: Ubuntu Community Council's decision (linking to awesome LWN) to remove Jonathan Riddell as the leader of the Kubuntu project. To me there seems to be a lot of similarities between above and personal experience with moderating. Basically: don't moderate in threads you've participated ...
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Biddy's during the evenings is often packed but even worse the music is usually deafening and it takes forever to get a drink from bartenders who are inattentive. Maybe the experience is different during the day but at night I would avoid it.
I have been to Dig A Pony twice for events and the decor inside is really nice and the bartenders are very friendly. The biggest turn-off I have is the regulars which seem to be a mix of hipster and yuppies.
Fubonn's is essentially a Walmart of Asian Foods and has a huge selection of food, beverages and other stuff from any region of Asia you can name. They have a great number of restaurants and other shops all within the mall.
Paiton has been my neighborhood Thai restaurant that I like the most. The quantity and quality of food is always good and the costs are totally affordable. Paitong makes one thing most Thai restaurants do not which is a Gluten Free dessert that resembles an egg roll.