Pabu Celebrates Its Re-Opening

The Japanese restaurant hosts a party on Friday.

By Eva Niessner. Posted on March 04, 2014


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Closed since January 29 due to a water leak, Pabu in Harbor East is set to re-open in style on Friday, offering guests food, fun, and drinks.

Japanese Taiko drummers, a sake station, and music by DJ Jay Gray will be just some of the events at the party, which begins at 6 p.m. The restaurant's spring cocktail selection will also be available.

Okonomiyaki (a savory Japanese pancake), fried chicken (pictured), and pork loin will be featured on executive chef Jonah Kim's menu, followed by desserts from new executive pastry chef Dyan Ng.

The cost is $30 plus tax and gratuity with a cash bar. To make reservations, call Shannon Toback at 410-223-1464 or email her.

Regular dining hours at PABU will resume on Saturday.

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