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On the Wings of Love
Sunday, February 12, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Chestnut Hill, MA
If we’re to believe the commercials for Match.com, love can be found sitting alone in your office, trolling the web. And maybe it can. But I prefer to believe the sage advice my mother always gave me – “Get out there, do what excites you, and love will find you.”
At UG, we hear time and again that our single customers really want to meet other like-minded singles with a passion for wine and food. While it’s possible we’ve been watching a little too much Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo lately, we think we’ve found just the way to help.
On February 12, join The Urban Grape and BabyTrain Catering for an exploration of good wine and food that will get your senses enlivened and the ice broken. Oysters, chocolate, red wine, whiskey…these are sure-fire ways to let loose, all while mingling and meeting some like-minded men and women.
Still a little nervous? We’ve added Susan Baxter and her team of Boston WingWomen to work the room and make the introductions happen. These ladies are known for making it easier for Boston’s singles to make a love match. If the food, wine and fun don’t relax you, the WingWomen will be there to pave your way to a genuine conversation with someone new.
We’re only letting 20 men and 20 women in on the fun, and tickets will go fast! Sign up today to make sure you get in on this exciting night at The Urban Grape! And please, if you are a man, please buy "MEN'S TICKETS" and if you are woman, please buy "WOMEN'S TICKETS." This way we can be sure to keep the numbers even!
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The Urban Grape
Located in Chestnut Hill and The South End, The Urban Grape is two-time Best of Boston-winning wine store that focuses on customer service, unique store offerings, and an unparalleled selection of wine, beer, spirits and sake. The Urban Grape is revolutionizing wine retail by being the only store in the country to utilize "progressive shelving," a system of displaying wine by the body of the wine, as opposed to the region or varietal.