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Desperate Housewives deserve a night out….

Desperate Housewives deserve a night out….
@ Bricklane Restaurant and Bar

Ladies… you deserve a break. And Monday night at 8.30pm is when tens of thousands of women all over New Zealand put up their feet, click on the TV remote, and tune into the smash soap comedy Desperate Housewives.

For many West Auckland women though, there are simply too many distractions around the home restricting them from enjoying an hour of bliss and pure escapism entertained by Desperate Housewives. Who needs hubby whining about dinner, or the kids yelling that their bed’s not made? Bricklane Restaurant and Bar in Clark Street, New Lynn has the perfect answer… our very own Desperate Housewives club.

That’s right, every Monday night at 8.30pm, women from all over West Auckland gather at Bricklane Restaurant and Bar to revel in the outrageous exploits of those Wisteria Lane lovelies - Gabrielle, Bree, Susan, Lynette and Edie. And best of all… the Desperate Housewives club at Bricklane has its own dedicated TV room to enjoy the show.

Every Monday night at 8.30pm Bricklane Restaurant and Bar has the bubbly chilled and ready to pour (you don’t even have to leave your padded seat, our waiter will pour it for you), there’s lashings of yummy chocolates (complimentary of course), and we guarantee there will be no distractions around the TV.

Just pure Desperate Housewives indulgence…at Bricklane Restaurant and Bar – 5 Clark Street, New Lynn. Telephone 826 3654 or email bricklane@xtra.co.nz See you on Monday nights.

Cheers
Adele Marshall
Restaurant Manager
Bricklane Restaurant and Bar

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