Ms. Rose’s offers a Stingrays date night special during Saturday home games


Romance in this day and age ain’t easy. A nice restaurant or bar to spend an evening with a potential (or long time) sweetheart for a fair price is hard to come by, but not to fret: Ms. Rose’s Fine Food and Cocktails knows the struggle, which is why they’re revamping their date night giveaway — a chance to win a free dinner at the West Ashley comfort food hotspot. There will be winners for every Saturday night South Carolina Stingrays home game.

To enter, check out Ms. Rose’s Fine Food and Cocktails Facebook page, as the entry details change weekly. Winners will be announced the Thursday prior to that following Saturday night’s game. There are eight home games, which means eight chances to win free dinner for two at Rose’s, two free Stingrays tickets, and two date night T-shirts. The next chance to win if for Sat. Dec. 9’s game.

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