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Dinner at the Beach

Modified: Wed, 06 Oct 2021 10:21:47 +0000
Published: 6 Oct 2021

Dinner at the Beach at Scripps

 

 

TRANSPORTATION:

The bus to Dinner at the beach will be waiting for you in front of the Pangea Parking Structure – North Torry Pines Rd.

Bus Time:

First ride at 6:15pm; Last ride at 6:45pm

To get back to campus:

First ride at 9:00pm; Last ride at 10:00pm

 

WHAT'S ON THE MENU:

San Diego is famous by the extraordinary fish Taco. At the Beach Party you will find variety of great Baja style fish tacos, grilled chipotle fish tacos (Gluten Free), grilled chipotle eggplant tacos, grilled squash tacos, beef and chicken tacos.

We didn't forget the dippings: Salsas, Pico de gallo, tortilla chips…

The food is ALL YOU CAN EAT. 

Beer, wine, and soft drinks will be served.

 

ATTIRE:

This is a beach attire  – you can wear whatever you feel comfortable in.  If you are comfortable you may go for a swim, we will have some beach towels for you.  We will have a vollyball, horseshoes and an awesome view!!

 

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