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SF RPCV Social - Yemeni dinner

3/29/13 Fri (7:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
Yemeni's Restaurant
1098 Sutter St (at Larkin), San Francisco
Contact:Daniel Marlay (dmarlay [at] yahoo [dot] com)


It's once again time for an RPCV Social. This month, join us at Yemeni's restaurant, featuring Yemeni/Middle Eastern, halal fare.

Once a month, we do a social event for RPCVs. So whether you are recently returned, or returned 50 years ago, you are welcome. We typically have a crowd of 20 people or so of all age groups. Come meet new people, see old friends, chat about your PC service, network, hear more about what the NorCal PCA is doing and get involved.

If you are coming for dinner, please RSVP, so that we can make a reservation. You can RSVP by emailing Daniel Marlay, or via the Facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/581759791834662

We will meet for dinner at 7pm, and then adjourn to the Fly Bar across the street after dinner for drinks. If you just want to join us for drinks afterwards, feel free to pop in around 8:30 or 9.

Yemeni's restaurant is right on the corner of Sutter and Larkin. See their Yelp reviews at http://www.yelp.com/biz/yemenis-restaurant-san-francisco. The closest public transportation options include: #2, #3, #19, #38, #47, and #49. If you are coming from BART, I'd recommend getting out at Montgomery and taking the 38. Or if you don't mind a walk, it's about a 15-20 min walk.