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It is pretty much always good, I get to see everybody and have sushi.
0 · November 11, 2012
It was good to see everybody, I had a great time, as always. Thank you Zigamorph for organizing!
0 · November 9, 2012
Great food & conversations!
Is there still time to rsvp?
0 · November 8, 2012
You'll be fine. :-)
Looking forward to see the usual faces, and meet the new people.
I do not come offten simpley because of other activities but would it help to take a survey some time to find out what are the favorite Sushi Resturants to provide an easier default choice if it is needed?
0 · November 7, 2012
What do you mean by default choice? We try to go to new places, which doesn't happen too often. Other then that, restaurants are rotated through. This is why it is important to rate the meetup. Guess it does chose the favorites in a way, or at least weeds out the ones we do not care for.
I try to select venues about half-and-half new places and well-liked old places, and I also try to be fair to all geographical areas. That said, the stated goal is to visit every reasonable sushi restaurant at least once, so new places get a bit of preference, although after nearly eight years the supply of restaurants we have never visited would be insufficient to allow us to go to them monthly. My choices among old places reflect what people in the group tell me they like or don't like, so it is important that opinions be communicated to me or I have no other way to know about them.
There are only a few sushi restaurants the group has never been but that I don't contemplate going, including Ten Prime (too expensive and no parking), Shark (small, expensive, and lousy parking), Apsara (the neighborhood is dangerous if someone got lost), and George's (which will never seem like a sushi restaurant to me). Aside from these, almost anything other than a Chinese buffet is fair game.
Unfortunately I have to pull a late night now :(
0 · November 6, 2012
Donald: The group was at Mt Fuji in May, but the consensus seemed relatively unfavorable and the prices were fairly high.
Herrick: The only sushi restaurant I can think of near South Angell is Lim's, and we were there in September. I doubt that health codes would allow ordinary customers to make sushi, although I know Ten Prime in Providence and Ichiban in Cranston have offered classes.
Janelle: The group was at Haruki Cranston in June.
Suggestion: Mt. Fuji on Federal hill in Providence.
0 · November 5, 2012
Reciently I was told that there is a sushi restaurant on South Angel, Prov. where you can make your owen. Anyone been there ?
0 · October 5, 2012
What about Haruki in Cranston?
0 · September 29, 2012
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