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Friday, April 20, 2012
SHOWING SUNDAY AT A BISTRO NEAR YOU
FISH & FLICKS-- Whether you speak Italian (yet) or not, come join the restaurateurs at Sea Rocket Bistro (3382 30th Street) for an Italian language movie night, Sunday, April 22nd. Tax season will be behind us, spring will have sprung, and there will be romance in the air (or at least there will be on this particular night) when local Italian language instructor Marina Bezzati of Italiano per Tutti hosts dinner and a movie at the Rocket! The movie shown will be the 1992 Academy Award winning Mediterraneo, a wartime action/love story about Italian soldiers deserted on a Greek island.
Sea Rocket will also be offering a deal on a 3-course prix fixe menu for $25 (Choice of Soup or Salad, choice of market fish, fisherman's stew, or vegetable gnocchi, and choice of gelato or sorbetto), available only to movie watchers. Of course the rest of our menu will be available as well. Reservations are asked. Also Marina is ready to sign you up for Italian language lessons on the spot.
Buona Notte a Tutti!
Sea Rocket Bistro
3382 30th Street
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