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Italian Wine-Tasting Dinner with the Calamari Sisters

10/22/2013

Organization: The Rochester Association of Performing Arts

Italian Wine-Tasting Dinner with the Calamari Sisters: The Rochester Association of Performing Arts, the Calamari Sisters (Delphine and Carmela) and Roam Cafe invite you to a traditional Italian wine-tasting dinner at Roam Cafe, 262 Park Ave. There’s a bun in the oven for one of the Calamaris, and guests will dine with these wild, crazy and sexy ladies. Price: $55 per person plus tax and gratauities. For reservations, call Roam Cafe at 360-4165. Space is limited, so book now. For more information, contact Jackie DiBella, director of marketing at RAPA, at jedibella@genesee.edu.

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