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Hi!

 

I work in Princeton - probably about 45 minutes from Philly. Not sure if that is consired South jersey but close!

Thats not too far!  My office is in Doylestown, but I'm always down in Philly.

Not close but have friends down there and go down couple times a year. I am a big Phillies fan and would be interested in events in that area! 

Hey Carly, same here, love the Phils.  We are sponsoring a Phillies game with the PRSA.  You should check it out-it's gonna be awesome.

http://www.prsa.philly.org/event-post/prsa-presents-a-night-with-th...

That looks like a blast Trevor!  Not sure I'd be able to make it to Philly by 5pm on a Monday (I'm 2 hours north..), but if I can make it I'll definitely sign up and let you know.  If not, any other future Philly area events keep me in mind (especially weekends because it's easier for me to get down there, and have friends to crash with).  

I live in Bucks County (Morrisville) and work in South Jersey.

Most of my family and college-friends live in North Jersey, so I don't spend a whole lot of time in Center City (though my friend did break his nose in front of Dave & Busters on the first night of his bachelor party last summer).

And I make it up to Doylestown every once in a while...I've only been to this restaurant twice, but I'm a big fan of the food at Honey. And my girlfiend started dragging me to the rock gym a few weeks ago.

How long have you been living in Pennsyltucky?

I work around the Trenton/princeton area, but I'm frequently finding myself going to NYC more than Philly, even though Philly is technically closer to me.

Hey Andrew,

I'd love to hear more about the D&B story! Our office is in Doylestown actually-there are a lot of good restaurants/bars in the area.  You're not too far from us. Ever make it out to New Hope?

Ive lived in PA most of my life-but have also lived in brooklyn and South Jerz.  

 

You going to be at the event tomorrow?  Hope to see you there!

Andrew said:

I live in Bucks County (Morrisville) and work in South Jersey.

Most of my family and college-friends live in North Jersey, so I don't spend a whole lot of time in Center City (though my friend did break his nose in front of Dave & Busters on the first night of his bachelor party last summer).

And I make it up to Doylestown every once in a while...I've only been to this restaurant twice, but I'm a big fan of the food at Honey. And my girlfiend started dragging me to the rock gym a few weeks ago.

How long have you been living in Pennsyltucky?

I also work in Princeton and wouldn't be against hitting Philly after work some time.

I was hoping to, but I got stuck going to a work thing last week.

In the mean time, should you be interested, I might start prodding some friends to hit the Peek-A-Boo Revue at The Troc later this month:

http://www.peekaboorevue.com/

...I heard about that group last year; and it just looks so bizarre, I figure I have to see it for myself at least once...

Trevor Hufnagel said:

Hey Andrew,

I'd love to hear more about the D&B story! Our office is in Doylestown actually-there are a lot of good restaurants/bars in the area.  You're not too far from us. Ever make it out to New Hope?

Ive lived in PA most of my life-but have also lived in brooklyn and South Jerz.  

 

You going to be at the event tomorrow?  Hope to see you there!

Hi Trever and friends,

I used to work in center city but now work in Trenton and live in Bordentown- still close to Philly. Would definitely be up for a Philly event on a weekend. New Hope or Lambertville too! I do not spend enough time over there considering how close it is.

Yeah, I totally agree. We should all plan some kind of happy hour thing or something else around the area. Plenty of nice places in Princeton.

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