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It's simple! We pick a restaurant o and dine out. The steps are listed below:

1. Pick a restaurant

2. Dine out

The Dining Out Group rules can be found at: Asian Dining Out Rules (http://www.meetup.com/The-Asian-Dining-Out/about/)

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Koreanized Chinese Cuisine (with an emphasis on noodles) in Ellicott City

Tian Chinese & Korean Restaurant

Hi guys, there's a restaurant in Ellicott City that specializes in Koreanized Chinese Food for anyone who wants to try take out/delivery food unique to Korea! The restaurant serves spicy seafood noodle soup, black bean noodles, sweet and sour pork, Korean fried chicken, and a few vegetarian options for those interested. The restaurant is called Tien and it's located within the Lotte shopping center in Ellicott City. The restaurant doesn't have the name written in English out front but it does state that the cuisine is Korean Chinese underneath the sign. It's located next to the sign Dentist and has pictures plastered across the restaurant store front. Looking forward to meeting everyone!

Casual Dining Out: Taco Ssam

Taco Ssam

Welcome to Casual Dining Out: our event series where we can explore some of the region's best culinary offerings that require much less of a wait....and usually less waitstaff! This week: KoriMex tacos and mas. As seating can be limited at some venues, we will likely have a limited RSVP list for many of these events, so get in early if you wish to join. Those on the waitlist may still have a chance to participate, but admittance is guaranteed to no one..................sooooo.....................sign up early. Oh! And bring a friend to share! If you have an idea for a future Casual Dining Out, we'd love to consider it. As always please be respectful. Period.

Malaysian dinner in Centerville

Malaysian Kopitiam

Cherry Blossoms at Dumbarton Oaks Museum in Georgetown

Dumbarton Oaks Museum

Let's avoid the crowds at Tidal Basin and view cherry blossoms at Dumbarton Oaks Garden. The Dumbarton Oaks Museum is known for its specialized collections of Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art, and it has a huge garden with an area dedicated to display of cherry blossoms. The museum is free. The garden is $10 in spring. We will visit the museum first, and then explore the garden and view the cherry blossoms. If interested, we can go get dessert or food in Georgetown and/or go to Petalpalooza in the Wharf afterwards. The location is about 30 minutes walk from Metro or is accessible by bus. I haven't parked in the area before, but you should be able to find street parking according to Trip Advisor. NOTE: Depending on the weather and change in peak bloom forecast, I might adjust the event date to a week before or after. More info can be found at: https://www.doaks.org/visit/garden/explore/cherry-hill https://www.yelp.com/biz/dumbarton-oaks-washington https://cherryblossomwatch.com/dumbarton-oaks/

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