Re: VRT Dinner at ALA

Randy Pitman (vidlib@videolibrarian.com)
Fri, 22 Jan 1999 12:40:04 -0800

Hi Becky,

What day is the dinner? If other than Monday, I'd be delighted to go.

Best

Randy

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-----Original Message-----
From: Becky Albitz <r2a@psulias.psu.edu>
To: Multiple recipients of list <videolib@library.berkeley.edu>
Date: Friday, January 22, 1999 11:30 AM
Subject: VRT Dinner at ALA

>Good Afternoon everyone:
>
>You are invited to attend the bi-annual Video Round Table Dinner at ALA in
>Philadelphia! I have made reservations at the Thai Garden East restaurant
>at 101 N. 11th St. for 7 p.m.
>
>We are limited to 20 people, so please rsvp me asap (how's that for acronym
>usage!) to let me know if you plan on attending.
>
>The following is the writeup from Fodor's website. My thanks to Kris
>Brancolini for sending me this:
>
>
>
> Thai Garden East
> 101 N. 11th St.
> Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
> Phone: 215/629-9939
>
>Under $15
>Chinatown
>Asian
>
>In 1988 Heng Leevongcharoen and his wife, Rudee, opened Thai Garden in
>West Philadelphia. It quickly became the leading Thai restaurant in the
>city. In 1990 Chef Leevongcharoen moved to Center City, next door to the
>new Convention Center, and created Thai Garden East. The contemporary
>ambience is different, but the food that made both restaurants popular is
>as good, and as inexpensive, as ever. The miena cum appetizer---toasted
>peanuts, coconut chips, and lime piled on spinach leaves spiced with
>chopped chili and Thai plum sauce---is delectable. Chu chee (curried duck)
>and Thai-style barbecued chicken with sweet-and-sour sauce are among the
>excellent entries. For dessert try Thai custard. AE, D, DC, MC, V.
>
>Hope to see many of you there,
>
>Becky Albitz
>Chair, Video Round Table
>
>**************************
>Becky Albitz
>Head Librarian
>Penn State Shenango
>r2a@psulias.psu.edu
>(724) 983-2880
>**************************