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My son quickly replied, "Don't tell him mommy. It's a surprise!"
We're doing this Aug 29! I've already called the restaurant to let them know we're planning a big gathering for a dinner at their place. The owner nearly started crying with gratitude.
They are good people who serve amazing Chinese food. In fact, it easily competes with our favorite Chinese restaurants that we used to go to when we lived in Shanghai.
Please consider doing something with a group of your friends to support a local business. Some call it a flash mob, which can be good, but I think a little warning and preparation time is better for most businesses. Plus, they know that you care about them enough to do something as well.
It's helpful to the community, it made feeding 25 people a lot easier for me and it was NOT all that expensive.
Two years ago, our best man had his birthday party at a local pub. Bought the place for the evening, basically. Their business picked up quite a bit after that.
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