The Joy of Sake: The Largest Sake Tasting Outside Japan
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The last date listed for The Joy of Sake was Thursday September 24, 2009 / 6:00pm.
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Get on line before 7:30pm so you can grab a table. Otherwise, most of the people sat on a long leather couch that wrapped around the room. Don't overdress since it gets warm in their. Ladies, dress jeans and a top is perfect! Drinks are pricey - worth paying an extra $5 to get a double shot drink in a large cup.NYC Dueling Pianos info • Mar 25 2013 star this tip starred
The Joy of Sake is the largest sake tasting event outside Japan, taking place at Webster Hall. Over 270 premium sakes will be presented for sampling, 129 of which are not otherwise available in the US. Top Asian restaurants will serve signature dishes, including 15 East, Ajna Bar, Bond St., Geisha, Matsugen, Sakagura, Woo Lae Oak and Zenkichi among others. (List of restaurants is correct as of publication but subject to change without notice.)