Marvino’s Italian Kitchen celebrates 5 years in Cypress with anniversary special
Marvino's Italian Kitchen is located off Hwy. 290 in Cypress. (Courtesy Marvino's Italian Kitchen)
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Through the end of June, Marvino’s Italian Kitchen is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a special three-course menu at 24002 Hwy. 290, Cypress.
Meals are $40 per person and include an appetizer, entree and dessert. Restaurant officials are also donating $5 from each anniversary meal purchased to local nonprofit Cy-Hope, which offers programming for underserved children in the community.
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