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April 16th, "Inter Nite" Party at Tibet Himalaya! (Moscow)

OPEN BAR (wine, beer & soft drinks), FULL BUFFET (Tibetan, Chinese, Indian dishes)

The Tibet Himalaya Restaurant, located near Red Square, is hosting an exclusive evening for Moscow’s international community (Russian and Foreign). The new Tibet Himalaya is famous for its unique mix of Tibetan, Chinese and Indian dishes (lots of tasty meat, but vegetarians won’t be disappointed). This evening they are offering a FULL buffet of their best entrees, along with an OPEN BAR of wine, beer and soft drinks.

They are hoping to make a fun evening with music, an open wine/beer bar and buffet, a raffle drawing for a FREE dinner for two (2), plus the general manager of Moscow’s famous night club, “PACHA”, will be on-hand to give private tours of the club (which is located directly next door in the same building).

– Date & Time: Thursday, April 16th, starting at 19;30 (open buffet and bar until 22:00)

– ALL Inclusive: OPEN BAR (wine, beer & soft drinks), FULL BUFFET (Tibetan, Chinese, Indian dishes)

– Price for the Event: Protected content (all inclusive)
(InterNations Member Price: Protected content (all inclusive), just be sure to click that you will “ATTEND” the event and you’ll be included on the list)

The Tibet Himalaya is owned and operated by the management group for Papa’s Place – Moscow, Club XIII, Pacha and several other projects in Moscow. These guys know how to have fun and they look forward to making an enjoyable and “tasty” evening for the Russian and Foreign international community. Hope to see you there!! ;-)
If you have any questions, please contact me (Danny) or Boris Nikolaenko (you can write to him in Russian).

Host
Danny & Boris (friends of the owner and management)

Event Date
Start date: 04/16/2009, 19:30
End date: 04/16/2009, 23:30

Event Location
Tibet Himalaya Restaurant, Sheremetyevo Shopping Center, -1 Level (next to metro Lubyanka)
10 Nikolskaya Ul. (near Red Square) Никольская ул., 10
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