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Return to Ichiza

My friends came to visit here in Las Vegas from the OC last weekend. Since they were under 21, I had to think of places to bring them to during the night in a 21+ city.  One place I thought would be perfect to go to was Ichiza. My second visit to Ichiza with them was way better than my first!  I didn't feel horribly sick like last time and I got to enjoy the food and had a good time. I gotta say, if you go to Ichiza on a Saturday past midnight, you'll meet interesting characters... Anyways Bronsen and the girls ate a tofu steak. It was only a small block of tofu, but the flavors added to it was splendid! As for me, I finally got to eat their popular dish, Honey Toast! YAY:

This Japanese dessert is basically a half loaf of white bread. The center is hollowed out and then soaked with butter and honey and toasted. Then the bread is topped with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. I feel the need to go on a hunt for honey toast in other restaurants now haha.

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Tomorrow on December 11th, Project Pie (, a restaurant specializing in artisan pizzas, at the MGM Grand Las Vegas will be hosting the event - Project: Be The Change.  Proceeds will go to the local LV branch of Autism Speaks (

Autism Speaks is an autism advocacy organization that sponsors autism research and conducts awareness and outreach activities aimed at families, governments, and the public.
If you're free tomorrow drop on by Project Pie and eat some pizza, you'll be contributing to a great cause! #ProjectBeTheChange