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Friday, July 16, 2010

Ethnic Food Night - Hibachi Grill


Interested in broadening your horizons with some Ethnic food?? Join the TYA next Thursday the 22nd at Toyama Japanese Steak House for some Hibachi fun. Toyama is located at Nippers Corner, and we'll be meeting there at 7:00 PM.

If you've never been to a Hibachi Grill before, you're really going to love it. Everybody sits around the grill while the chefs cook your food to order right in front of you. They definitely make the show entertaining, full of fire tricks and tossing pieces of shrimp for you to catch in your mouth. Most kids really enjoy it, as well, and the food isn't too weird, so feel free to bring the whole family!

If you'd like to join us, please RSVP  by Tuesday the 20th by either leaving a comment on this post or by emailing Mindy directly. We already have nearly 30 people signed up(!), and we've given the restaurant fair warning. They seem to be really excited for the party and have assured us that we'll have a wonderful time. Hope to see you there!

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