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Make Up Date Day/Night at the “E”
February 19, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
With Valentines day around the corner, February truly is the month dedicated to love, but it does fall on a Monday. You can’t blame us, we tried to remind you if you do forget! We get it, things happen and it is easy to pass up a Monday night Hallmark Holiday. Maybe your lovely lady has to participate in Pool league night and can’t be home for a beautiful home cooked meal. If you do end up FORGETTING SOMETHING FOR YOUR HONEY for Valentines Day, here is your chance to make it up and redeem yourself with our Make Up Date Day/Night at the “E” event.
How could you possibly make up for forgetting?
If you forget the flowers again, don’t worry, the Edelweiss Tavern will include a rose. If you forget this day too, we probably can’t help you. For those savvy lovers that didn’t forget Valentines Day and want to give their loved one a second great day after the wonderful Valentines you succeeded at… that works too!
Call (989) 569-3911 for reservations for table setting. Reservations are preferred for a beautiful table setting.
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