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Oysters, Cheese, & Chocolate Soufflés

August 12, 2007

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I completely failed at taking pictures on Friday. My dear friend Shann took these pictures, and even considering her very good photography skills, theses were the best we could get. I swear!

Sooo…Friday night in a nutshell: Justin, Shann and I at Brasserie Du Vin. Oysters, cheese, chocolate soufflés…AND the exceptionally cute waiter encountered in the last visit here

And you know what? The soufflé was on the house…again.

Only this time it wasn’t because wine was splashed on me. And you know what else? I found a flask hidden beneath my bag as I was leaving. It most definitely was not mine. So…if someone lost a flask here a few days ago…um, I think I found it?

Brasserie Du Vin

1115 Bethel St

Honolulu, HI 96813

(808) 545-1115



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