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ThatPat | Feb 25, 200509:52 PM     6

I'm hosting a birthday party for myself in a couple of weeks and was thinking of Musha after all the great posts about it on the board. I have never eaten there altho' I only live a few blocks away. So I'm dying to try it. Was going to invite about 8 friends. We are not big drinkers--I suspect nobody will have more than one glass of wine or beer. We are also middle-aged ladies and don't want to be stuck among a bunch of rowdy 20-somethings. We are probably not big eaters as well--altho' I'm not sure of the portion sizes. When I called Musha, the girl said she thought 8 people would have 16-18 dishes among this many people. You think she's accurate?

Will we be happy enough eating in the main room (not in private room), since we may not meet the required $25/pp for private room? It's not 'til March 20 so I could always change the venu.

Any other suggestions welcome. Last year we tried Primitivo. It was a little pricy for this group (I didn't host) at $35/pp, altho' we enjoyed it. Previous year was Empress Pavilion with a group of 12. (The price was certainly right!)

Thanks!

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