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Wednesday, February 04, 2009

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Anita / Married ...with Dinner

congrats on the liquor license!

We'll wait patiently... after all this time, what's another couple of weeks. :)

sam

I am patient, thanks for updating us!

barbara

It looks fantastic Brett. I love the standing bar with the view of the kitchen. Good luck for the opening.

Genie

Oh my gosh...I just keep getting more and more excited! Cannot WAIT.

Thy

Congratulations Brett! It keeps getting more and more exciting. I'm so happy for you...even if this may mean we see you less for the next few years! Of course, I'll always know where to find you...

shuna

o! o! O1 OOOOOOOO! Me oh my! biting nails, edge of seat sitting! Soooooo exciting! An

(And hell too, right-- isn't that what you said about opening new restaurants? :} )

CONGRATULATIONS DEAR ONE! love you! xo shuna

Mie

Looking forward to being there!

Virginia

Can't wait... I walk past it most days and eagerly await the opening!
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Elan

Yippee!

Sean

Great! But this means we can come by for a drink ahead of launch, right? ;-)

Amy

Looking forward to my first meal @ Contigo!

Pim

I'm going to be out of town the last week of Feb, too bad! But will make sure to get my place in line as soon as I get home.

YO

Perfecto!!!!!!!!!!!!

EB

Can. NOT. wait!

Diane

After reading about it all these months I can't wait to see it! Will you think it's goofy if a random blog-reader asks to say hello to the chef? Wishing you and your team all the best...

bookishdesi

next time i'm in the bay area, i really really want to come by your restaurant!!!!

Christine

How exciting for you Brett! I and Mr CC will be there just as soon as we can get ourselves down the 101 out of Humboldt.

jenn

very exciting!

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