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    Celebrate Valentine's Day at the MCC

    Jan 23, 2013

    Update - Monday February 11

    Please note that this function is now booked out.

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    Celebrate this Valentine’s Day with your loved one in the exclusive grandeur of the MCC Committee Room. 

    Enjoy a special four-course menu featuring the very best local fresh produce and glass of sparkling wine on arrival.  The Committee Room dining and EPICURE chefs have been awarded with numerous culinary awards during 2012 and we invite you to experience this wonderful dining experience with your loved one.

    Spaces are limited so members are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment.

    Valentine’s Day Dinner
    MCC Committee Room
    Thursday February 14 from 6.30pm
    $85 per head inclusive of four-course dinner, glass of sparkling on arrival and tea and coffee to finish.
    To make a booking contact Epicure on 9284 2365.

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