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Monday, February 11, 2008

Another one

At Hugo in Oakley on February 14:
Four Course Dinner, 2-4 choices per course; $55
Seven Course Dinner; $80
Add if you want:
The Wine Flight: $25
The Fine Wine Flight: $40
(Wine Flights are not required.)
3235 Madison Road, Oakley
321-HUGO (4846


at 12:11 AM Blogger WestEnder said...

We're often told that V-Day is one of the worst to eat out; it would be interesting to hear from those that ate out and what their experiences were.

at 10:55 AM Blogger Stepf said...

Good question. I can't remember whether I've ever gone out for a special Valentine's Day dinner. If I can't remember, the answer is likely no. Fred and I are staying in; I have no holiday spirit. In fact, we have no plans. (I'm way too optimistic every day; I don't need extra boosts during holidays.) I think you should share the love every day, not just Valentine's Day!

at 10:58 AM Blogger Duke Danbury said...

My wife and I just go to a regular restaurant or cook something. Restaurants know people will pay more for VD (and New Years Eve), such a ripoff. I don't need to take my wife to a $200-300 dinner to make sure she knows I love her.

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