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In the below sentence:

Where would be a good place for Jocelyn, Eli, and me to have brunch on the southside/downtown?

the rules I remember say to use "me," but "I" sounds better. Please tell me which is correct.

Also, when I am talking about the southside of a city, is it one word, non capitalized?

Thank you in advance.

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