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  • san francisco, CA
  • United States
  • Al-Masri Egyptian Restaurant
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This group is dedicated to those restaurants that feature live entertainment as part of the dining experience. All experiences, stories, who has live entertainment, state guidelines. application requirements, permit fees, etc. welcome!See More
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This group is dedicated to those restaurants that feature live entertainment as part of the dining experience. All experiences, stories, who has live entertainment, state guidelines. application requirements, permit fees, etc. welcome!See More
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Restaurateur/Dance Teacher
Al-Masri Egyptian Restaurant
What best describes my company
Catering, Fine Dining
Networking, Franchising, Finding Investors, New locations
Personal Quote
Celebrating the Heart and Soul of Egypt
My bio is located at my home page at
Years in the Industry
22 years restaurant; 36 years dancer

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I'm the only one!!!

Posted on March 25, 2008 at 10:27pm 4 Comments

I did a search and found out that I truly am the ONLY Egyptian restaurant on this web site! That makes me exceptional. :-) Is anyone out there associated with an Egyptian (specifically) restaurant? I know there are many "Middle Eastern" and/or "Mediterranean" restaurants. In this day and age of ethnic cuisines, it is truly a delight to know that I am the only one on this web site with a specifically specific cuisine. Makes me feel -- well -- special! :-) Plus, I'm the teacher of the dancers… Continue

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At 6:11pm on October 21, 2008, Sausan said…
Well, I've invited about 20 Middle Eastern type restaurants. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
At 9:28pm on October 14, 2008, said…

At 1:24pm on July 25, 2008, Chris Reed said…
Thanks so much for your comment on my post! I'm very happy to hear that you enjoyed it...
At 2:30pm on June 4, 2008, Malachy said…
Hi There!

We are an O.E.M. Parts and Service depot for commercial kitchen equipment. Maybe we can save you and your company some money.

Some manufacturers we rep are: Frymaster, Garland, Bakers Pride, Montague, Vulcan and many others.

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At 10:27am on May 21, 2008, Sausan said…
Hey, Jeremy... I just realized that the indian that was rumored about was YOUR indian statue! (Duh!) brain ususaly works faster than that....
At 5:05pm on May 20, 2008, Sausan said…
Ha! That's great! I wonder how that would work with a statue of a belly dancer? One day I hope to see Al-Masri as part of a corporate restaurant chain. One can only hope.

At 3:15pm on May 20, 2008, Jeremy Fogle said…
Hi Sausan!!! Just to bring you up to speed, at my Applebee's there is a satue of a native american "indian" carrying a handful of cigars. One of the fun pranks that some of our restaurants pull is to steal each other's indian. Sometimes they take pictures with it to taunt each other. In fact, you can see a picture of our's on my "Applebee's 203" group site. I was playing with some of the employees about it. I find that talking about fun stuff lik this makes morale better than complaining aout high gas prices and negative sales trends.
At 4:20pm on May 19, 2008, Sausan said…

Thanks for the nice comments and emails. :-)
I would like to be part of the rewards network, but not now, thanks. And no, I don't have outdoor seating.

At 9:11am on April 3, 2008, Godfrey said…
Hi, my name is Godfrey and I was wonderfing if you have any outside dining areas that might need some heat to extend the season or give you additiaonal dining room outside on a chilly day? I would be happy to talk to you about it. Thank you for your time.
At 12:08am on March 28, 2008, Sausan said…
I really like this site! And meeting everyone on this site is truly a pleasure. :-) Maybe I'll start a group on dining and live entertainment.




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