I know where I'm eating lunch tomorrow! (Fund Raiser for Japan)

And maybe dinner, too. This will mainly affect our local Twin Cities folk:

Thom Pham and the staffs of Wondrous Azian Kitchen and Thanh Do Restaurant with support from World Class Wines and Joto Sake will host two fundraisers to support the people affected by the Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami.
On Wednesday, March 23rd at Thanh Do and on Thursday, March 24th at Wondrous Azian Kitchen 100% of the sales proceeds for the entire day will be donated to the American Red Cross in support of its disaster relief efforts to help those affected by the earthquake in Japan and Tsunami throughout the Pacific.

Contributing is simple. Make a reservation, bring your family and friends and enjoy a great meal together.

Owner Thom Pham encourages everyone to contribute and says, "We all see the images on our TV screens, but we can only guess what it must be like. I am horrified as I watch this crisis unfold so close to my homeland. Now is the time to act for our brothers and sisters in Japan, the same Ocean that divides us must now unite us."

Wednesday, March 23rd at Thanh Do, 11:00am to 9:30pm
Thursday, March 24th at Wondrous Azian Kitchen, 11:00am to 2:00am

We highly encourage reservations:
Thanh Do
8028 Minnetonka Boulevard, St. Louis Park
Telephone: 952.935.5005

Wondrous Azian Kitchen
533 Hennepin Avenue South, Minneapolis
Telephone: 612.338.1479

You know of the Wondrous Kitchen from this.

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