2017 Garden Session Series at Nobuo at Teeter House
For some, Nobuo at Teeter House is solely a special occasion restaurant. With dinner menu entrees ranging from $16 to $30, it can be out of range for some. I’ve been there and completely get you. It can be a little intimidating trying an unfamiliar spot, particularly one that leans toward the high end. You’re not certain if you’re going to like all that you order (although, likely not a problem at Nobuo at Teeter House) and shelling out at least $50 per person when you factor in apps and drinks without knowing how its all going to play out can be daunting. The Garden Session Series is the ideal solution to this common conundrum!
What is the Garden Session Series?
Known for its live musical acts, low-cost and Instagram worthy snacks and inexpensive cocktails, the Garden Session Series is a perfect way to delight in our wonderful climate and inviting open-air garden seating. The first Garden Session Series of 2017 is set for 6:30pm until 8:30pm on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017, and it will unite the classical flavors of Japan with the music of Mexico.
On the menu for January’s Garden Session Series are $5 steamed buns and specially priced cocktails, among other offerings, and it will be available to diners enjoying the measures of Phoenix-based Mariachi de Grand Ave. as part of the globally inspired festivities. As always, entry is free of charge for Nobuo’s Garden Session Series, so reserve a spot today by calling 602.254.0600.
Nobuo at Teeter House | 622 E. Adams St. | Phoenix | 85004 | 602.254.0600
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