Jewish Business Network: Lunchtime In Livingston at Fumio Grill & Sushi

Join us for lunchtime networking at our popular JBN location in NJ. Give and gain referrals, make strategic business connections and contacts with great people and tasty kosher food.

PLEASE SELECT YOUR LUNCH ENTREE IN ADVANCE

Lunch is a fixed menu of $15 which includes full meal, beverages and gratuity, payable to the restaurant. The meal is a separate charge from the JBN registration fee. See the menu:

Glatt Kosher (Under The Vaad of Metrowest)

Click here to register: https://www.wepay.com/events/jbn-lunch-tue.-4913-fumio-sushi-livingston-nj

 

Tue, September 03
11:30 am — 1:30 pm
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Join us for lunchtime networking at our popular JBN location in NJ. Give and gain referrals, make strategic business connections and contacts with great people and tasty kosher food.

PLEASE SELECT YOUR LUNCH ENTREE IN ADVANCE

Lunch is a fixed menu of $15 which includes full meal, beverages and gratuity, payable to the restaurant. The meal is a separate charge from the JBN registration ...

Fumio Grill, 21 E. Northfield Rd. Livingston , NJ 07039 <p> <strong>Randy Nathan: (973) 809-3223</strong></p>

Fumio Grill, 21 E. Northfield Rd.
Livingston , NJ 07039

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