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Celebrate Daylight Savings

  • Mar 10, 2013 · 5:30 PM
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It's America's biggest national holiday again, with the return of Daylight Savings Time, and its beautifully belated sunsets.  Celebrate with drink, or dessert, or an appetizer, or a dinner; or all four, at our #1 trattoria.  We will be at the brightest table in the house -- and will be able to watch Mr. Sun on his new longer downward trek.  A venue with west-facing windows has been designated epecially for this.  Sunset is 4 minutes before 7pm this date; things will probably still be light when we're done.


Casual dress.  Cost is $8 - $50, depending on what and how much you order.  Free street parking.  There's a valet too, but it shouldn't be necessary considering our early start time.  Wine/brew only; no bar.  All ages OK.  Guests welcome.


Note:  It will take a minimum of 3 committed RSVPs for this event to happen.

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  • Karishma G.

    I have to go to a baby shower at 3 on that day, so I doubt I can make it for this one but I'll drop in on my way home and say hi.

    March 1, 2013

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