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There is going to be a great evening event at the end of the SDN day in Las Vegas. We have rented the replica of the Hofbräuhaus for the selected 300 that are going to join us and make the SDN day special. Is there a better way to wind down than in a beer hall with 300 of your new and old SDN friends? I am really looking forward to it. Craig told me he has something in the making for Bangalore too. That leaves us with Amsterdam?

Where should we go? Is there a place for about 300 hungry and thirsty SDNers? Ideally it would be walking distance from the convention center, so we don’t have to rent a bus to get people there. Nothing fancy, just some good down to earth food, large tables for people to sit around and enjoy the time. It should be quiet enough to be able to have a conversation, at least at the beginning of the evening ๐Ÿ™‚ Please comment to this thread with suggestions. The Wisdom of crowds at work, or so we hope ๐Ÿ™‚

Don’t snooze, space is limited, if you want to be part of the SDN Day please make sure to sign up now.

See you all there.

P.S. If you want to sign up for the SDN Day only in Las Vegas, no full TechEd pass.

Update: Please call our agency +1 866-324-1975 (Domestic) +1 916-759-9811 (International)
Email: sapteched@sapevents.com For Amsterdam you can sign up for the SDN Day only during regular TechEd registration.

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  1. Matthias Zeller
    I went to the Las Vegas Hofbrauhaus a couple of months ago. The food is very authentic and the atmosphere was great. In general I try to avoid phony German restaurants, but this place was fun. Looking forward to see you all in Las Vegas.
    BTW: If you are in San Francisco and enjoy authentic German food/beer check out Suppenkueche (http://www.suppenkuche.com).
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    1. Mark Finnern Post author
      Hi Jürgen,

      Well, they serve a different brew there, one that hasn’t found mainstream acceptance.(Yet?) I doubt that there are places that could serve 300 SDNers, fun to imagine the scene nevertheless.   

      But I am quite sure there will be after-parties ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Although probably without me, Mark.

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