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Bay Harbor Islands residents invited to dinner and a show

 

Special to the Miami Herald

Bay Harbor Island residents can get special fixed-price menus at participating restaurants in the town on March 22, then go to Town Hall for an evening of improvisation.

The dinner and improv show called “Chasing Tales” starts at 7:30 pm and is not only about comedy, but is mostly centered around telling a story, with well-known comedians from Chicago’s Second City, Los Angeles’s Groundlings, and New York’s Upright Citizens Brigade.

Participating restaurants are Emilio’s Trattoria, The Bistro Bakery, Le Pine, Asia Bay, Betto’s, and The Palm Restaurant.

Tickets are $15 per person, can be purchased at tickets.chasingtalesonline.com, and should be picked up at Town Hall. Space is limited. For more information, call 305-866-6241.

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