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Relaxed Dinner at the New Monkey Thai Restaurant (in S. Shore Center)
Tonight we'll dine at the newly opened Monkey Thai restaurant inside South Shore Center! Monkey Thai garners 4.5 stars on Yelp (https://www.yelp.com/biz/monkey-thai-alameda-3) and features an array of curries, salads, BBQ and Thai specialties! Diners rave about Monkey Thai's, "amazing papaya salad beautifully plated with a side of warm noodles" and Mango Tango––a prawn stir fry with onions, bell peppers, carrots and mangoes! If that doesn't whet your appetite, check out the list of curries, salads, noodle dishes and the robust dessert assortment! Monkey Thai is located on the beach side of South Shore Center, just past Starbuck's. There's lots of free parking here and if we're lucky, you'll catch the sunset over the shoreline as you leave the parking lot. Please R.S.V.P by noon on Friday, August 17th. Great dining. Great films. All within the hip, little, island community of Alameda.

Monkey Thai

2210 South Shore Center, Unit H (The entrance is just past Starbucks.) · Alameda, ca

$1.00
Respond by: 8/18/2018
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    Foodies and film lovers, in your 30s and 40s, come explore Alameda’s vast array of delightful restaurants or watch a film at the historic, art deco, Alameda theatre. We’ll mix it up with one or the other or both.

    We’ll savor cuisine from around the world including some of my favorite Alameda restaurants: Injera (Ethiopian), Yume Sushi (Japanese), Burma Superstar (Burmese), Spice I Am (Thai), Trabocco Kitchen and Cocktails (Italian), Wine & Waffles (wine bar) and this is just for starters. Sidestreet Pho (Vietnamese), Mama Papa Lithuania (Lithuanian), Speisekammer (German), Angkor Grill (Cambodian), Asena (Mediterranean) and many more are also on the radar.

    Generally, we stick to restaurants with 4-star Yelp reviews or higher.

    Frequently, we’ll pair a dining excursion with a film, though sometimes we may just enjoy a casual happy hour or film viewing independently of a paired event.

    You don’t have to live in Alameda to join. So close your laptop, silence your iPhone, and come meet some new people! Great dining. Great films. All within the hip, little, island community of Alameda.

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