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AM Feb 23, 2001 08:26 PM

Is it worth eating there before the show?

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    jennifer RE: AM Feb 23, 2001 09:49 PM

    It's ok; fairly middle of the road; nothing to write home to Japan about. Nice setting--can sit Japanese style on mats. Convenient before a show. How about Le Cheval several blocks away in downtown Oakland for Vietnamese food? Very good and very cheap. Or Soizic is walking distance from Yoshi's--3rd and Broadway. Looks like nothing from the outside; very nice inside.

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      Barry Kaufman RE: jennifer Feb 25, 2001 06:34 PM

      I agree with these choices - Yoshi's very ordinary and expensive --- check out Everett and Jones on B'way and 1st --- top of the line BBQ -- they feature blues bands over the weekend ---- ribs, chicken, links, etc. yumm - the beans are great. After Yoshi go to Bluesville - B'way and 1st --- great blues dance club -I saw Muddy Water's son last week - way cool!! and great mixed crowd.

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        Brad Kaplan RE: jennifer Feb 26, 2001 07:41 PM

        Any more dish on Soizic? We're going to hear music at Yoshi's Fri night and that sounds like it could be a good alternative to expensive mediocre sushi!

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          Melanie Wong RE: Brad Kaplan Mar 2, 2001 08:09 PM

          Brad, sorry for the late post. I hope you're enjoying dinner at Soizic right now! Everyone I've sent there is satisfied. I was ecstatic when the restaurant opened as I'd been a big fan of their earlier operation, Cafe Pastorale in Berkeley.

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