Hot Chefs, the creators of the calendar that features local south Florida chef cuties, is having a blowout sale of their remaining restaurant coupons.
Each certificate will get you $25 off a minimum $50 purchase (including alcohol) at participating restaurants. Hot Chefs is selling these certificates, which expire December 30, 2011 (November 30, 2011, for Cafe Boulud), at a low $10 for any ten certificates (they're sold in groups of ten), which is a $250 value for ten bucks. Choose certificates from the following participating restaurants:
- Dada (Delray)
- Talay Thai (Palm Beach Gardens)
- City Cellar at CityPlace (West Palm Beach)
- Carmen's at the Top of the Bridge (Boca Raton)
- Bistro Mezzaluna (Fort Lauderdale)
- Lola's on Harrison (Hollywood)
- Ortanique on the Mile (Coral Gables)
- Cafe Boulud (Palm Beach)
- Couco Pazzo (Lake Worth)
To order, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and state which restaurant coupons you want and how many of each (you can mix and match any way you like). Include an email address. You will receive an invoice via PayPal. Certficates will be mailed via U.S. Postal Service upon receipt of payment.
As with all things in life, some rules and restrictions apply. Here they are:
•Valid only when minimum $50 is spent.
•Valid thru December 30, 2011*
•Valid for Dine-In Only.
•Valid for Dinner Only.**
•Valid for Food and Alcohol.
•Valid Sunday -Thursday Only.***
•Not Valid on Holidays.
•Only one certificate per table.
•No cash value, no change or credit provided.
•Not to be combined with any other certificates, specials, promotional offers or incentives.
•18% gratuity will be added to guest check for your convenience.****
•If all restrictions are not met, restaurant has the right to refuse.
Carmen's at the Top of the Bridge - Please CALL for reservations.
* / **Cafe Boulud -- Valid only thru November 30, 2011, and valid for LUNCH AND DINNER.
***Talay Thai -- Valid ANY night (except holidays).
****City Cellar -- Gratuity is not included. Please base your tip on the total bill before discount.
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