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BYO Sake Potluck

  • Steve's Apartment

    Broadway - West of Macdonald (Exact address when you RSVP) , Vancouver, BC (map)

    49.282730 -123.120735

  • I will send instructions when you RSVP
  • I find drinking sake at restaurants can quickly get expensive, so I thought I would have some regular bring your own sake potluck dinners.  (The other advantage is that if it is at my apartment I don't have to worry about drinking and driving. Speaking of drinking and driving - my place is very easy to get to by bus, so might consider leaving your car at home.) If you are from outside of Canada and are not sure what a potluck dinner is, let me explain. At a potluck dinner everyone brings some food to share. Preferably food you prepared. It can be an interesting event, because you never know what everyone will bring. If you can't make food at home, you could ask me if you can come early and prepare something at my place. If you buy something, try to get something a little more substantial than a bag of potato chips. There is a pretty good sushi place on my block. (Green Leaf Sushi) If you want you could order ahead and they would have it ready for you when you get here. Hopefully there will be lots of variety, and not everyone will bring a cake from Safeway. ;-) 

    As for the sake, a small bottle would be fine, or two people could share a regular size bottle. If you bring a regular size bottle by yourself we could drink half and I could put the other half in my fridge for the next dinner. I am planning on having a dinner on the first Friday of every month so it is easy to remember and you can plan ahead. However, I may have to change that from time to time based on my circumstances. 

    Hope to see you at one of them. 

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  • Steve
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    Want to learn more about sake.

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