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This Restaurant In Toronto Will Give You A Discount On Your Birthday Based On Your Age

Getting older is a reason to celebrate at this restaurant!
This Restaurant In Toronto Will Give You A Discount On Your Birthday Based On Your Age

Like most of us, you might dread turning another year older on your birthday. Yet, at the Modern Mediterranean restaurant Ricardas getting older is a reason to celebrate as you save more money when you dine at their restaurant!

When you dine at Ricardas on your birthday week, they give you a discount equal to your age. So if you are turning 26, you get 26% off your meal, likewise, if you are turning 39, you would get a 39% discount!

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Best of all the birthday deal keeps getting better as you get older with the amount of money you save increasing! Ricardas event states that if you were to bring for example someone who is 102 years old (such as your grandparent or great grandparent) not only would their entire dinner be free, but the restaurant will give you cash back!

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Ricardas currently has two locations Ricarda's Toronto at 134 Peter Street and Ricarda's Oakville at 312 Lakeshore Rd E. Both offer spacious and modern restaurants that would be perfect for celebrating your next birthday.

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To make a reservation for your birthday party or to look at the menu, make sure to visit Ricarda's website.

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