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Mariner Supper Club accepts Eve's certificates

7:12 AM, Jul. 9, 2013  |  Comments
Eve?s Supper Club on Riverside Drive in Allouez closed June 29 after 46 years in business.
Eve?s Supper Club on Riverside Drive in Allouez closed June 29 after 46 years in business.
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Mariner Supper Club, 2222 Riverside Drive, will accept outstanding Eve's Supper Club gift certificates.

Eve's, 2020 Riverside Drive, closed June 29 after 46 years in business. Owner Jarrie Haltaufderheid said Mariner owner A.J. Frea agreed to honor the certificates at full value.

"We thank our customers for being patient with us," she said. "It's a good situation for A.J. also. He's really trying to bring the Mariner back to where it was years ago."

There is no expiration date on the gift certificates.

"It's the right thing to do," Frea said.

Frea recommends that customers who want to use certificates for lunch call for reservations.

"I have 22 bridge clubs that meet here during the month. Sometimes, it gets pretty full," he said.

The telephone number is (920) 593-2877. The website is marinersupperclub.com. The Mariner also has a Facebook page.

The Mariner was closed last week for vacations and maintenance work. It reopens Tuesday.

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