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Wednesday
Jan202010

Cheers To The White House!

Not THAT White House, the amazing, incredible, delectable White House in Anaheim ~ one of my all time favorite restaurants (and favorite restaurant owner).

Check out this over the top wedding deal from Bruno Serato, talk about generous! And thank you Nancy Luna, Fast Food Maven, for the information.

Anaheim restaurant giving free $20,000 wedding reception

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Reposted from the OC Register, Nancy Luna:

Anaheim White House owner Bruno Serato is known for his generosity and fun giveaways.

But, here’s one freebie that seems too good to be true:  For Valentine’s Day, the Anaheim dining institution is awarding an engaged couple an all-expense paid wedding reception valued at $20,000.

All you have to do is book a date at the restaurant during the long Valentine’s Day weekend.

The wedding reception would feed up to 100 guests in the restaurant’s newly unveiled West Wing private room. To qualify, you must mention that you wish to enter the contest when you make a dinner reservation anytime between Feb. 12 – 16. The winner will be selected at random.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit the restaurant’s website.

                  

So, go get engaged, go to the White House, and Good luck!!

      

Yes, that's The Temptation Cookbook in my kitchen, thank you again Bruno, and Cheers To You! for all you do!

 

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