Lacey McCoy and Kim Laurent Schexnayder you’re our winners!
Lacey McCoy and Kim Laurent Schexnayder are the lucky winners of our Facebook contest posted Jan. 30. The contest, a chance for two couples to win dinner for two at The Saint Street Inn, generated 48 likes.
Chosen at random (we had a staffer pick two numbers), Lacey and Kim are the lucky winners.
They’ll enjoy the restaurant’s Mighty Aphrodite menu (it’ll be served Friday and Saturday, too, in case you can’t make it Thursday). Each of you can choose an app, entree and dessert. You'll also be served a complimentary glass of bubbly.
All we need you to do is email us at
so we can let the folks at The Saint Street Inn know when you’ll be going.
More winners will be announced later this week from our Grammy contests.
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