WIN: A Meal for Two and a Bottle of Wine at Marco’s New York Italian

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We’ve teamed up with Marco’s New York Italian to give one lucky Style Birmingham reader the chance to win a delicious three-course meal for two and a bottle of wine at their sophisticated Birmingham venue

Located at the Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport, Marco’s New York Italian celebrates Marco Pierre White’s love for simple yet delicious food, prepared expertly and served perfectly.

The beautifully modern venue combines comfort with quality, offering guests the opportunity to enjoy a range of delicious Italian American classics within a stylish dining environment.

You and your guest will enjoy a mouth-watering three-course meal from the à la carte menu and a bottle of house wine in one of the city’s most impressive dining destinations.


FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN

SIMPLY ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION

Marco Pierre White is widely regarded as one of the greatest British chefs of all-time. At the age of 33, Marco was the first British chef to hold how many Michelin stars

a. 1 Michelin star

b. 2 Michelin stars

c. 3 Michelin stars

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Terms and conditions:
Prize is a three-course meal for two and a bottle of wine at Marco’s New York Italian Birmingham Airport. Drinks and sides will be charged at an additional cost. No cash alternative available. The competition closes on Wednesday 19
th October 2016. Marco’s New York Italian Birmingham reserves the right to amend the prize if necessary. The winner will be contacted via email. The winner has two working days to claim their prize. No response after this time will result in another winner being selected. Prize is valid until Sunday 27th November 2016, and must be claimed within that time. Table must be booked in advance, subject to availability. By entering this competition, you agree for us to share your information with Marco’s New York Italian Birmingham Airport.

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