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“12 for 12” Raffle – Featured Restaurants and How to Buy Tickets

 

Support the Symphony of the Redwoods and enter to win dinner at 12 local restaurants for only $100! Other prizes include a three-night stay in a cottage at Point Cabrillo Light Station, and gifts from North Coast Brewing, Little River Inn, MacCallum House, Taka’s Grill, and the Westport Hotel. Winners will be announced at our Spring Concert on Sunday, April 10. Only 100 tickets will be sold!

Contact our Executive Director, Alex, at symphony@mcn.org or 707-964-0898 for more information and to purchase your raffle tickets.

Here is a taste of some of the locations featured in our ’12 for 12′ raffle.

955 Ukiah St.

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This family-owned location in Mendocino highlights regional organic farmers and values sustainable practices in their kitchen. The French/American menu includes weekly seafood selections and Grandma’s Secret Bread Pudding.


 

Albion River Inn

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With its breathtaking coastal views, the Albion River Inn has become a sought-after wedding venue. The restaurant has been awarded Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence 19 years in a row, thanks to its selection of over 500 wines and 130 single malts.


 

Cucina Verona

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Their menu offers “Northern Italian cuisine with North American flair.” Enjoy made-to-order frittatas for brunch, and homemade ravioli and cioppino for dinner. Most nights feature live instrumental music.


 

 

Django’s Rough Bar Cafe

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Former chef of Sharon’s, Odile Perkins, brings a “true locavore experience” with local wine and beer pairings, and live entertainment on weekends. Grab a table on Django’s outdoor patio to catch the Noyo Harbor action.


 

Mendocino Hotel

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At the historic Mendocino Hotel, you can choose from three distinct dining options. The Garden Room provides a casual breakfast and brunch atmosphere. The Lobby Bar includes a bistro menu, local wine and beer on tap, and a display of antiques and art. The hotel’s Victorian Dining Room promises an “intimate and elegant dinner.”


 

Point Noyo

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One Trip Advisor review states Point Noyo is “…just what Fort Bragg needs.” Savor clam chowder, local wines, and the perfect sunset view.

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