Indian Weddings in the Bay Area
Posted by Jan on Jun 30, 2008.
Filed under Food and Drink, Locations, Restaurants, Wedding Ideas
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I’ve never been to an Indian wedding, but I’ve seen pictures of them and they are a feast for the eyes. I’m fascinated by the rituals and all the color: lots of bejeweled women draped in gorgeous saris, vibrant flowers in abundance … That’s why when I heard about this upcoming event—a “scintillating evening of fun and information, focused on the Bay Area Indian wedding market” —I signed up right away.
Hosted by Ranjan Dey, owner of the New Delhi Restaurant in San Francisco, this event will feature brief presentations on Indian wedding customs and culture, preceded by passed samosa appetizers and the restaurant’s signature Mango and Lychee Martinis. We’ll also get a sneak preview of Episode One of the upcoming PBS series “My India” With Ranjan Dey—The Great Mango Escape. (Wow, Ranjan, in addition to being a restaurateur, you’re also a TV star!)
This event is open to the public, so slip on your sari and join the festivities!
When: July 15th, 5–7pm
Where: New Delhi Restaurant
160 Ellis St.
To reserve a seat, register here.
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