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Social House

I had went to Social House located inside Crystals for my friend's birthday dinner.  Instead of everyone ordering their own entrées, they had prepared a multi-course dinner (Omakase) for our party.  From what I remember, they gave us a lot of cilantro garnished foods.  

Here's some of the foods we got, the ones not pictured were Thai beef salad, pork ribs, sushi, and miso cod - my personal favorite!  If you've had a previous bad experience with eating fish, I dare you to give it one more chance by trying their miso cod.  This fish was cooked perfectly because it was seasoned nicely and soo soft, but not to the point of being mushy.

If I'm not mistaken this is Seared Fluke

Social House has an interesting beer selection

Tuna Special- with shallots and garlic 

Jen and her awesome cake 

The cake close up of her dog Muffin!

A variety of desserts - I felt spoiled... There was too many to choose from!
     
FYI, I recommend eating at Social House if you're ballin with money ;D

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