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Japanese Street Food this Saturday at Nobuo at Teeter House

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This Saturday, October 13th, Nobuo at Teeter House will be celebrating its two year anniversary with a Japanese House Party featuring street fair style eating in the restaurant and out on the front patio.

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Nobuo Fukuda will be serving up a variety of his favorite fried, steamed and grilled items, including: pork belly and short rib steamed buns, sashimi spoons, and okonomiyaki.

The event runs 6 to 9pm with beats from DJ Mantis Claw happening from 7:30 to 9:30. Cost is $40 and the Nobuo staff recommends calling the restaurant ahead of time to reserve your spot (they'll be taking a head count up until the day of the event and entrance costs can be paid at the door). For more information or to RSVP call 602-254-0600 or visit Nobuo at Teeter House Online.

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