Japanese Happy Hour + Art Show

  • October 25, 2013 · 5:00 PM
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The Plan:

The actual happy hour time of the restaurant is 4:30-6:30. It is early and I don't anticipate being there before 5pm. If you are an early bird we can take advantage of a good happy hour there from 5-6:30. At 6:30 the happy hour ends and I will be going to a Japanese ceramic show 2 stops away on the 6 train. The art show runs til 8pm.

The Happy Hour Special (4:30-6:30):

Sapporo draft- small for $1, large for $2; all other drinks and all appetizers are 50% off!

The Art & Ceramic Show:

We will take the 6 at 51st street 2 stops to 68th street and walk over 1 1/2 blocks. The gallery is Sara Japanese Pottery at 950 Lexington Avenue (bet. E. 69th & 70th Streets). The show is Ruri Takeuchi & Eiko Tanaka Duo Exhibition- Microscopic Craft from Kaga. The Kaga region of Ishikawa Prefecture has been known for more than 350 years for wood and laquer ware. The gallery will host an exhibition of works by porcelin painter Ruri Takeuchi and wood turning and lacquerware artist Eiko Tanaka who are reinvigorating the traditional Kaga craft. Both artists will be present during the exhibition.

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  • Talia

    Good food for the best price I have ever paid in Midtown.

    October 25

  • Talia

    Hi. I just walked in the restaurant. Where are you sitting?

    October 25

  • Analie

    Is it ok if I just go to the art show? Trying to make it to the happy hour will be cutting it too close but I would love to go to the exhibit!

    October 25

  • G

    Hello Genevieve, please send me a message with your cell number. You don't have a pic on your profile! ;)

    October 25

  • Annette

    Wish I could go, but I get out of work late and will miss it.

    October 12, 2013

  • Linh N.

    Would love to go but already have plan- YOGA retreat weekend. Enjoy & have fun everyone!

    October 12, 2013

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