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Twist @ Green Dragon

The long anticipated opening of 'Twist at the Green Dragon' is now very close.

The highly successful Wendover-based restaurant and wine bar is expanding its base to include the Green Dragon in Haddenham.

A special launch night for invited guests takes place on Friday 29th August and this will be followed by the first public opening on Saturday 30th August, when hosts John Johnston and Stephen & Alaina Kirk very much look forward to welcoming new customers from Haddenham and the surrounding area.

And the new owners are making a special offer to those quick off the mark.

The first one hundred diners to apply in advance will be given a 2-for-1 voucher for a main course to be enjoyed anytime during the first two weeks of the opening.

To claim your voucher, please email: twistatthegreendragon@hotmail.com

For further insights, and to catch a glimpse of the menu and wines currently on offer at the Twist in Wendover, please see here.

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