Dine Around San Jose at Regulatory Convergence

Posted 30 August 2016 By Zachary Brousseau

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The 2016 Regulatory Convergence in San Jose is now just a few weeks away. If you have attended Convergence in the past you probably know that some of the most popular social opportunities each year are the “dine-arounds.”

The idea is simple. Pick from one of eight pre-determined local restaurants that have reserved space for between 10 and 15 Convergence attendees, Sign up at RAPS Central on the San Jose Convention Center’s exhibit hall level, and then depart from there with the entire dine-around group. Most of the selected restaurants are within a few blocks of the convention center. The farthest is about half a mile away (see map embedded below).

The dine-arounds provide a chance to spend some quality time with fellow attendees, who may be old friends or new acquaintances, outside the conference setting. All dine-arounds are scheduled for Monday, 19 September. Following is a list of the restaurants, along with links to reviews and more information. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask at RAPS Central.

For more information or register for the 2016 Regulatory Convergence, visit RAPS.org/convergence.

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