Exotic San Jose II


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This is your chance to Discover San Pedro Square's exotic food side! Eat your way through 4 different cuisines, all within walking distance in downtown SJ! Taste the culture you never knew was there and get to know your food neighborhood! Two of the four stops Dishcrawlers can look forward to are the new Tikka Bytes Food Truck and recently opened Satori Tea. Tikka Bytes is known for their authentic Indian street food dishes like pani puri. Imagine popping deep fried orbs into your mouth stuffed with spiced potatoes and dirty water. An experience you can’t miss. Satori Tea focuses on hand blended all natural loose leaf teas. Enjoyed in their modern tea room will be their proprietary tea blends and authentic, handmade cream scones served with lemon curd and Devonshire cream. “We’re making one big change this month.” says Dishcrawl Founder Tracy Lee. “Our last two Dishcrawls have been massive, but this time Dishcrawlers can expect more intimate groups for a more relaxed time. Besides that, folks can expect just as great of a time and the same fabulous food experience!” This event is family friendly, and open to all ages. To find other Dishcrawls happening during “Global Dishcrawl Week” in the Bay Area, visit http://dishcrawl.com/events.

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TO NOTE* The meeting location will be revealed 2 days before the event via email.

We're sorry, but cancellations are only taken if done 48H in advance. Thanks for understanding!

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About Dishcrawl Have you heard of Dishcrawl? It's a new way to discover your food neighborhood! Get to know friends over an exciting adventure through restaurants you never knew existed. It's delicious and fun! Price of one ticket reservation includes all food for one dishcrawler.

Steve, Wentao, Jodi, Stacey and 79 others are attending Exotic San Jose II

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