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Mia B.

Event Organizer


Bristol, PA
Hometown: Washington, DC

Member since:

October 29, 2010

What is your favorite sushi restaurant?

Sakura in Bensalem. It is the only establishment that I know of in which they constantly add new roll combinations to the menu. Plus, several of their rolls are 50% off all day every day! I think that Sakura has the best sushi in Lower Bucks County. I have been eating there since 2008, and the rolls never wilt or fall apart. I have never been dissatisfied with their food.

Do you understand if you are a no show you will be booted from the group?

Yes. This is entirely fair. It is very inconsiderate to simply not show up, especially when it comes to restaurants and reservations. This could place the host/hostess in a bad position with the restaurant staff. Unless someone's phone died, the person has a flat tire, or some other unexpected emergency, I can't think of too many circumstances in which someone would not be able announce a change in his or her RSVP. I have found in groups that some people do not fully understand how to change their RSVP, but if it is habitual behavior, then I think that booting people is fair. It should not be so hard for people to treat others as they would like to be treated.

Do you understand if you are asked to confirm your rsvp and you fail to do so on multiple occasions you will be booted from the group?

Yes. I also agree with this tactic. As organizers, we have no way of knowing who is going to honor their RSVP, so confirming makes sense. If members are going to sign up, then they are responsible for keeping track of the meetups that they plan to attend. If someone gets too many emails, then perhaps he or she could consider setting up a separate email account just for meetup, or be more proactive to make sure that meetup emails haven't gone to their spam folders. It also the responsibility of the attendees to check the meetup site to see if any spots have become available. I just think that people need to take a proactive role. This is a very large group and these type of rules are necessary.


Hi, my name is Mia and I live with my boyfriend in Bristol. I have been eating sushi since 2003. As an event organizer, I will host on Saturday evenings at Sakura in Bensalem. Sakura has constant menu additions, and their sushi is always delicious.

What Mia B. is saying about this Meetup Group

It is nice to meet new people and compare notes on different sushi restaurants.

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