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Chocolate & Vino

Chocolate and wine will take center stage this Friday at the University Club



The University Club, San Diego’s private business and social club, opens it’s door this Friday in partnership with Big Brother Big Sister’s YPC to host ‘Chocolate & Vino’: An Around the World Tasting.

University Club Executive Chef, Brad Hightow, will present an amazing menu of international eats alongside several visiting local restaurants.  Tickets are still available for this unique event and all proceeds go to charity.

Event Details:
August 9, 2013
6:00-9:00p.m.
The University Club
650 B Street, #3400
Downtown San Diego

What you can expect:
San Diego Donut Bar  |  R&R Wine Marketing |  St. Michelle Wine Estate  |  Mona Lisa Italian Foods  |  Dos Armadillos Tequila  |  Café Sevilla  |  Nothing Bundt Cakes  |  Raglan Public House  |  The Cravery  |  Old Trieste Restaurant  |  Montesquieu  |  PRP Wines  |  Montes USA Jeff Roberto's Sushi on A Roll  |  Kappa  |  Live music and more!

Tickets are 2 for $100, all proceeds go to charity

Click here for more information

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