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Chopshticks: An evening of Comedy + Chinese Food

Original post made by Mimi Sells on Dec 10, 2007

Take my egg roll please!
Palo Alto Offers Comedy and Chinese Food for the Holidays


The ALSJCC's "Chopshticks" is an annual local tradition of great Comedy and gourmet Chinese Food. Chopshticks will be held on Monday Dec. 24th at 7 pm and Tuesday Dec. 25th at 6 pm. Tickets are $70 per person.

This year's program features a cross-country, comedy triple threat: two fast-rising East Coast comics: Lenny Marcus and Brad Zimmerman, and exciting Bay Area newcomer Mo Mandel.

Attendees will enjoy a gourmet vegetarian (and fish) dinner at Mings, a beautiful Chinese restaurant in Palo Alto noted for its fine dining and upscale atmosphere.
For more information and tickets, visit www.paloaltojcc.org and order online or email Jhantgan@paloaltojcc.org.

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