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SFR Secret Supper

6:30 pm, Oct 15, 2013 | $65
 

We just got done birthing our annual Restaurant Guide here at SFR—and we’ve got the green chile-hued stretch marks to prove it.

Snobs, foodies, and Yelp reviewers rejoice! This year’s edition is bigger and yummier than ever. A compilation of standout cheap eats? It’s in there. How about a countdown of the top 10 restaurants, or the best happy hours our town has to offer? Yep, they’re included too.

To celebrate the issue, your neighborhood alt-weekly is putting together a Secret Supper at the locale distinguished as the Restaurant of the Year on Tuesday, one day before the special mag hits the stands.

Jonesing for a preview of the menu or a hint as to who the chef is? Well, you’re out of luck, Bub. Hence the term “secret.” Supper tickets run $65 a pop and include meal, wine and gratuity. Intrigued?  

Get your tickets here.



Website: https://thesecretsupper.eventbrite.com/

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