Giving Thanks And Giving Back, Newport Coast Style

It’s been quite a year but the Holiday Season is finally upon us! And this November, our sOCialites will have the opportunity to give thanks for something other than a pair of over-the-knee Jimmy Choo boots or the latest “It” handbag. South County’s very own beauty and style icon, Juliette Stamp, is set to host a holiday fundraiser at her swanky Newport Coast eatery, Santiago’s.

While we definitely don’t need an excuse to devour the savory dishes sizzling out of Santiago’s authentic Mexican kitchen, this pre-Thanksgiving affair will offer multiple opportunities to do so at a discounted price. For five-hundred dollars, guests will enjoy a five-course dinner, a select assortment of wine and cocktails and a gift card entitling them to twenty percent off any bill between January 2 and February 13. And with no exclusions or limitations, purveyors of top-shelf liquor (I’m speaking directly to Kat & Jack Craig) can satisfy their Don Julio 1942 addictions at a reduced rate.

Though a resident of Laguna Beach, Juliette’s making quite the name for herself among the who’s who of Newport society. One of the youngest members of the Ladies of OCCH, Mrs. Stamp is taking her charitable giving a step further by promising 100% of all donations will support her latest philanthropic endeavor; a partnership with her pastor and church to feed an increasing number of OC families falling below the poverty line

The charity dinner will be held the night before Thanksgiving. Seating is limited, so if you want to secure a table, pull out that AMEX and book your reservation ASAP. Considering the abundance of handsome waiters and hostesses with looks to rival the hottest Instagram models, the town’s cougars and sugar daddies (Anders, party of two) will buy out this event in no time!


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