If you haven't been yet, you should really go to the Murakami Exhibit at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. It's only here for a few more weeks!
weatherjen and tater on Thursday night. Why Thursday night? MOCA is free from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays! What could be better than a viewing of Japanese pop art gratis?
detailed eight-part interactive tour online, which takes you through the entire exhibit, if my fuzzy contraband shots all askew don't satiate your craving for the cute yet sometimes disturbing brilliance that is Takashi Murakami.
Fugetsu-Do closes at 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. No fresh mochi for the Murakami-lovin' trio. Sad.
Daikokuya, where we put down our names on a loooooooooooooong list. We quickly discovered there were 18 parties before us. Strike two.
Daikokuya, shivering and envious of the people inside slurping away, walk a few doors down to San Sui Tei and become one of those envied slurpers!
San Sui Tei is the perfect back-up plan for Daikokuya rejects. The service is very friendly, albeit a tad slow when we went Thursday night. But these people know how to do business. The sweet and smiley sushi chef whipped up this free little sashimi sampler for us to nosh on while we waited. So much better than the crowded sidewalk outside of Daikokuya, no?
tater made the cutest little stand for her chopsticks out of the wrapper.
Daikokuya, but San Sui Tei can hold its own. I would not be averse to eating there again.
Art + Ramen + Two Smart and Funny Friends = Awesome Thursday Night!