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"Catch Flights, Not Feelings"

On February 14, Paramour will host a party celebrating the perfect union of cocktails and chocolate. The night will feature three $25 flights of chocolate paired with half cocktails. There will also be a series of specials combining food and champagne. Guests will receive a free, small charcuterie board with $110 bottle of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs champagne, a large charcuterie board with $300 bottle of Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame, four prosciutto sliders with $75 Split of Brut Rosé and a small charcuterie board with purchase of $150 Moet Vintage 2006 champagne.

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  • Paramour

    102 9th St, Ste 400 Downtown

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