Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A bar in Key West...

We've returned from our Great Southern Road Trip vacation. And I know I owe you lots of updates on amusing places we saw, and reviews of places we ate. Remember, patience is a virtue.

This was a bar we saw in Key West. The bar area on top, where you see the trees and garden area, is "clothing optional."

We didn't go there. But we did take a trolley tour of the town and the guide suggested that if you plan to go up there, you have a few drinks in the second floor bar first, and sort of watch to see who's going up before you pay the cover charge!
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The mid-south community also gets a chance to enjoy a sit-down dance and music show presented by the talented performers of the Memphis Indian-American community.
And of course, just like every year, India Fest will feature traditional food from all over India!!

A mention in your blog would help us immensely to get like minded people to come enjoy IndiaFest 2011. Would you please post an article in the October 15 - 31 timeframe highlighting the many aspects of IndiaFest?

As an initial preview into India Fest, our team will be hosting an introduction session over traditional Indian tea (chai) and snacks on Thursday, October 20th at Mayuri Indian Cuisine from 5 PM onwards.
So, please mark your calendars for the introduction session and also for India Fest 2011 on November 5th, 2011.

We look forward to seeing you on October 20th.
Here is the address for the Chai session:
Mayuri Indian Cuisine
6524 Quince Road
Memphis, TN 38119

We will appreciate if you can RSVP to Leena Wagle at for the Chai session.

- India Fest 2011 Marketing Team.

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