VIP Club San Miguel: "The Smart Fit"
 



solar solutions san miguel de allende
  Proprietor, MBA Enrique
  Orvañanos Acosta
  Rinconada de la Paz #3
  Office: 415-154-4915
  Villa de los Frailes 37790
  San Miguel de Allende, GTO
  Office: 415-154-4915
  Cell: 415-103-3355
  http://www.solsol.com.mx
  eorvananos@hotmail.com

August 07, 2008

Greetings:

Your VIP Club welcomes Dos Casas Restaurant, located inside the small luxury hotel with the same name on the corner of Umaran and Quebrada. 154-4073. Open seven days a week from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. except Mondays when they close at 2 p.m.

The charming white table clothed restaurant has a diverse menu for fine dining. VIP Club members may take 10% off their bill when paying by cash or credit card.

Your VIP Club welcomes The King Street Pub, on Recreo, formally La Princesa, under the same ownership with Maru Riba and her son Raul. The Pub serves draft beer and spirits, hamburgers, fish and chips and other standards. They have a regulation pool table and will show full-length feature films and have an array of events. VIP Club members may take 10% off their tabs.

Your VIP Club also welcomes La Bovida boutique, inside Instituto Allende, owned and operated by Sofia. La Bovida carries array of women's fashionable accessories. Sofia, who also owns, Punto Opticas inside Mega, a VIP Club participating establishment, often travels to Mexico City to buy what's popular in fashion. VIP Club members may take 10% off their purchases at La Bovida.

Have you noticed? Have you noticed how high prices are getting, especially in bars and restaurants? Their costs too are going through the roof. Flour and oils from wholesalers have doubled in price. More than ever your VIP Club Card is a bargain. If you don't know where your card is you should find it. if you can't find it. contact us so we can replace it. Get your monies worth! Use your card and show the colors!

Eduardo Sprouse, owner operator of USA Cleaners says he isn't seeing enough VIP Club members so he can give them 15% off. Same goes for the Cuban Cigar Store on Hidalgo. they would love to get your business and give you your deserved discount. Remember these businesses that sign up for the program want your business and are gratefully willing to give the discount. For your VIP Club full line up go to http://www.vipsanmiguel.com/ Just click on the link posted to the left!

Are you thinking about Solar? Our newest advertiser on our webpage is Solutions Solares. They can answer all questions you might have about solar. Good English spoken by the entire staff. VIP Club members will be given consideration on any purchase. CAll Enrique at 154-4915 or Cel: 044-415-103-3355. http://solsol.com.mx/

Lots of stuff on tap.

Romanos has a full menu, not only food, but top notch entertainment. Entertainment runs from 8-10 p.m. and there's never a cover charge. Thursday: Parker and Young, songs from the 60s and 70s. Friday: the soulful sounds from songstress, Billie Rose. Saturday: Jorge Rodriguez, singer guitarist sings Latin Ballads. And for one night only, next Wednesday, August 13, see Jason Lavasseur, named 2008 Best Male Performer of the Year, in Campus Magazine. Singer songwriter, Jason is in from Nashville visiting relatives. For any performance reservations may be needed. Call 152-7454.

In case no one has told you we are in the midst of the 3rd Sexual Diversity Festival, created by VIP Club member, Laura Reyes, who manages Barbara Porter Fashion Design. It's fair to say, there's a little something for everyone regardless of one's persuasion. Several VIP Club establishments are hosting events, like La Fonda Rosa Restaurant, on Abad San Antonio. On Thursday, at 5 p.m. La Fonda will be having an art exhibit and film. Friday night Market Bistro will have a full night of shows, buffet, DJs, dance, trans everything, and maybe even a couple of straight guys, like me. I think I'm straight, last time I looked I was. Saturday night is the big-big Sexual Diversity Fashion Show at Z Club. It's $250 pesos at the door, or $175 if you pick up your tickets at Barbara Porter's. Last year the fashion show received raves from all who saw it! Straight people loved it! Gay people loved it! Seeing the get ups alone are worth the price of admission. There's even costume competition for the most outlandish that includes a grand prize to go somewhere exotic for 3 nights and four days. I'm told there will be strippers, LATE! So, no matter if you're LGBT or H, there should be something for everybody. Don't worry, we won't tell your mom you went.

Whew! That was tough to get through but to change the subject, on Monday, August 11, one of San Miguel's greatest charities comes to the forefront in the form of "Taste of San Miguel." (not related to anything about the above.) Feed the Hungry feeds 4,000 hungry children every school day. They operate 34 kitchens in and around San Miguel. Their credentials and the body of good work for the community is incredible. Taste of San Miguel (the event) will feature oodles of tasty treats from some of San MIguel's best restaurants. The event is a bit pricey but for a great great cause. It's $650 pesos for all you can eat but a cash bar. The event will be held at "The Acuarion Salon de Fiestas," behind the Chrysler/Jeep dealership on the road to Queretaro. Tickets are available at Border Crossings, La Conexion, Monex or on-line at: http://www.feedthehungrysma.org/

VIP Club member Deb Connor wants everybody to know she is marketing what she calls the best gas heater ever seen or felt in these parts. Hate to say it, but Winter is coming. For more info about her gas heaters contact Deb at dsconnor@comcast.net

VIP Club Member Susan Page is gearing up for the first San Miguel Authors' Sala Festival. The event will introduceTom Robbins, in the flesh, as the guest speaker and Tom will do work shops etc. For anyone who has ever wanted to be in the presence of a big-time, downtown, major-league, fiction writer, this is your chance. Get all you need to know off the Sala's webpage: http://www.sanmiguelauthors.com/augusttomrobbins.html

Speaking of books. Denny Durbin who once owned and operated Agave Azul, awhile back, has penned a non-fiction titled: "Lazy Enchaladas." It's a fun read and Denny offers some solid advice to young and old and regales some about his enticing times when he lived here in San Miguel. The book is available at La Conexion and Garrison and Garrison books.

It's rainy season, make sure to wash your veggies.

R I P: Roy Butz

Thank you for your continuous and loyal support.

Your San Miguel VIP Club



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