Restaurant Paradis is proud to present their Fourth Annual Prohibition Repeal Wine Dinner on Saturday, Dec. 8. The party will be a Prohibition Era theme, with proceeds benefiting Hannie’s Grannies.
Beginning at 6:30 PM, guests are invited to delight in vintage cocktails and exceptional wines. In keeping with the night’s theme, the dress code is 1930s attire. A four-course wine pairing and dinner will be provided by Chef Mark Eichin and his talented culinary team.
Twenty percent of all proceeds from the event will benefit the Hannie’s Grannies, a fund started by the local grandparents of Hannah Lillie, a young girl who suffered from Volvulus, lost the majority of her small intestine, and was not expected to live long at just three weeks old. After spending time at Pensacola Sacred Heart Hospital, Hannah was doing well and flew to Boston Children’s Hospital where she spent the next two months receiving rehabilitation services and eventually received extensive surgery to reconnect her intestines.
While she suffered two complications and will need additional surgeries in the future, none of this would be possible without the outpouring love and generosity from local community.
Hannie’s Grannies gives those in our local community, as well as people from all over the country, the opportunity to donate to Hannah and her family so that she has the best chance possible and the opportunity to receive the best medical care available.
Space is limited, and tickets are $125 per person. To purchase a ticket, call 850-534-0400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Credit cards are required to reserve but will not be charged unless the party does not show up. A 24-hour cancellation notice is required or the credit card on file will be charged 50 percent of the cost of the tickets.
To learn more about Hannie’s Grannies, visit Facebook.com/HanniesGrannies.
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