The Brooklyn Cafe in Scottsdale Will Donate Valentine's Day Dinner to a Military Couple; Here's How to Nominate Someone You Know

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Do you know a member of the military who recently has come home and wants to surprise someone he or she hasn't seen yet? If so, listen up because chef/owner David Antonelli wants to help organize a Valentine's Day dinner surprise.

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Inspired by videos of soldiers coming home and surprising their loved ones, The Brooklyn Cafe owner and chef will donate a Valentine's dinner for two at the Scottsdale restaurant at 8 p.m. on Friday.

But he's looking for assistance finding couples to help reunite. So if you know someone in the military who would like to surprise a loved one, you can nominate that person to receive the table by sending a private message to the Brooklyn Cafe Facebook page. Be sure to include a contact number.

A winning couple will be selected randomly on Wednesday.

There still are several tables at the restaurant left for two at 8 p.m. If you want to make a reservation for this Friday, you can call the restaurant at 480-948-1005.

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