MOSA White Station

850 White Station

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  • Tuesday to Thursday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
  • Friday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
  • Saturday 12:00 PM – 9:30 PM
  • Sunday 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM

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Mosa Named A Serving For Tennis Champions!

"A Serving for Tennis" nets over $40,000 to benefit NJTL Programming! via Tennis Memphis

Mosa Named A Serving for Tennis Champions

A Serving for Tennis was a huge success! 300 people gathered in the Cadre Building downtown and enjoyed delicious food from 15 Memphis restaurants, bid in the silent auction, and danced to live music from the Dantones. Chris "Birdman" Anderson, the Grizz and the Grizz Girls made an appearance. Guests voted Mosa Restaurant's Asian Pork Slider the favorite dish of the evening, making Mosa Asian Bistro the " A Serving for Tennis Champion!". 

The following restaurants also participated in the evening: Taziki A Catered Affair One and Only BBQ Ultimate Foods Strano's Mosa Interim Restaurant Kooky Canuck Cafe' Laroux by De Javu Rizzo's Boneheads SushiJimmi Heart and Soul Catering Nothing Bundt Cakes Blues City Cafe Boneheads 

Thank you to our co-chairs, Dave Joerger and Kara Joerger, Kevin and Haden Kane, Brian Bendersky and Anne Wulff, The Dantones, event sponsors, volunteers, and attendees who made the evening a huge success! A special thanks to Sherri Nischwitz, Sharon Dertien, and Karen Franklin, who helped plan and host the event. To see a complete list of sponsors and donors, please visit our website.

Posted by Mosa Asian Bistro at 5:00 PM

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