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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Saturday, April 6, 2013

Make a Date for Lunch & Support The Granada Theatre!

Spring has sprung in Santa Barbara, and with the sun shining and blue skies beckoning, it’s the perfect time to make a date for lunch!


This April, Wine Cask is supporting The Granada Theatre through their Charity Lunch Promotion and will donate 10% of all guest checks when they mention this local non-profit organization, dedicated to the cultivation and development of the performing arts in Santa Barbara.

The vision and passion of The Granada Theatre is to enhance the quality of life in the Santa Barbara region by hosting the very best in the performing arts for the widest possible audience. Wine Cask is proud to contribute to the theater’s continued success. All guests need to do is mention The Granada Theatre, and Wine Cask will make sure 10% of their bill goes to the theater’s remarkable efforts. So stop in and experience Chef Brandon Hughes’ artful presentation of American Riviera Cuisine Tuesday through Saturday while dually supporting a treasured fine arts establishment!

Wine Cask is located in downtown Santa Barbara in the historic El Paseo complex, and offers the best of all worlds to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner in a stylishly relaxed setting. Our passion is serving great food, providing the highest caliber of service and bringing back the comfort and nostalgia of one of Santa Barbara’s favorite restaurants to our patrons. Wine Cask is located at 813 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. 805.966.9463. http://www.winecask.com http://www.intermezzosb.com

Built in 1924, The Granada Theatre has been an integral part of Santa Barbara’s arts and entertainment landscape for almost 90 years.” The Granada Theatre has played host to some of the 20th century’s greatest entertainers, from Al Jolson, Charlie Chaplin, and Fred Astaire to Henry Fonda, Yo Yo Ma, Steve Martin and the Berlin Philharmonic, to name a few. Re-opened in 2008, under the auspices of the Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts, The Granada Theatre emerged in a new form – taking its place as Santa Barbara’s “Lincoln Center” – a state of the art home for many of Santa Barbara’s greatest artistic treasures and a place whose existence makes it possible for the highest levels of artistic expression to take place in Santa Barbara. It is an historical icon that speaks to the central role live performing arts play in defining the communal life of Santa Barbara and the Central Coast region. Under the direction of Executive Director, Dr. Craig Springer, a skilled arts administrator with more than 30 years experience, The Granada Theatre annually hosts more than 100 performances and community events. For more information on The Granada Theatre, please visit http://www.granadasb.org

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