NYC: Casual LBT Women's Dinner at Cho Cho San (Japanese) Tues Feb 28 6-8:30
Join us at Cho Cho San for a casual women’s Japanese dinner with old & new friends. We have reserved the spacious, back “party room” for our exclusive use. The room seats 40, with ample room to mix & mingle. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Casual LBT Women's Dinner at Cho Cho San (Sushi and Cooked Japanese Food)
WHEN: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 6 PM until 8:30 PM. Drinks 6-6:30 PM or so.
RSVP: Required - to email@example.com (or YaleGalaEvents@gmail.com) or call 201-435-2332. (917-214-6733 cell / text) (This lets us keep count and make sure we have enough chairs, etc.)
We return to Cho Cho San for a casual women’s Japanese dinner with old & new friends.
We have reserved the spacious, back “party room” for our exclusive use. The room seats 40, with ample room to mix & mingle with the friendly crowd, throughout.
Where: Cho Cho San, 15 W. 8th St, bet 5th & 6th Aves, NYC
Cost: No cover. Cost is your actual food & drink costs, from the regular menu, plus tax & a generous tip. The restaurant will write separate checks for all. Menu is shown on-line. Lots of vegetarian and healthy food options. The restaurant serves sushi plus cooked Japanese food.
Thanks to Natasha, Jen Rexford (Princeton), Yale GALA, Inc. and MLPL (Manhattan Lesbian Party List) for hosting.
First, we’ll start with a drink and some time to catch up with old and new friends. When you are ready for dinner, you will seat yourself in one of the many tables for 4-10.
Cho Cho San is a Japanese restaurant offering sushi and cooked Japanese food, plus cocktails, beer and sake (including the $10 all-you-can-drink hot sake special). If you are vegetarian, you will find ample dishes to enjoy. (Menus shown on-line).
We Invite women from Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Cornell, Brown, other Ivy League, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, Williams, Stanford & the Seven Sisters schools to join us, as well as their smart friends from any school. PLEASE RSVP. (No RSVP = you might not have a chair - but you can try us, anyway).
More info at: http://www.yalegala.org/article.html?aid=442
And at the Facebook url: TBA