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Le Chene French Cuisine, a long-time Santa Clarita local favorite restaurant along Sierra Highway, has announced that they will be hosting a thrilling Murder Mystery Dinner on Saturday, November 4th, 2017.

While featuring an engaging performance by Sharpo Entertainment, this event will also include a delicious three-course meal, paired with two types of wine, set in Le Chene’s alluring banquet room. Prior to the show, guests will have the opportunity to socialize over cocktails before finding a seat at one of the large round tables set up (each table seats 10 people, so friends can choose to sit together).

This dinner is a prepaid event and costs a total of $75.00 per person, broken down as $53.00 for the dinner (tax and tip included) and $22.00 for the performance. Guests can choose to make their reservation by visiting in person, by phone, or online using PayPal. For more information about the event and dinner menu, please visit: https://lechene.com/event/november-2017-murder-mystery-dinner-theater/

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  1. Sue Albert Sue Albert says:

    Isabella Albert is this your group coming to our Le Chene

  2. Donald Hicks Donald Hicks says:

    Timothy Mitchell Christine Mitchell Tricia Hicks

  3. Sarah Storr Sarah Storr says:

    Justin Graham Candyce Ferra this would be so fun!!!! 😍

  4. Nikki Camuso-Puckett!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓

  5. Angelica Garrido what do you think??

  6. Brittany Hernandez Brittany Holzer

  7. Sarah Kendig Sarah Kendig says:

    Lisa B. Kaul let’s go!

  8. Bill Woodard let’s go

  9. Julie Morrison Sternberg you should take Brett

  10. Ashley Davis Ashley Davis says:

    Christina Sellmeyer D

  11. Travis Rock hmmmmm :)

  12. Sally Mehr Sally Mehr says:

    Would love to go if I could afford to…

  13. Erin Ashmore Erin Ashmore says:

    Shannon Wood Jesse Wood

  14. Cliff Ellis let’s get the gang together! This sounds fun!

  15. Tammy Gordon Tammy Gordon says:

    I would love to be apart of that love those types of dinnet

  16. John Dahlenburg it’s been decided! 😬

  17. Ummmm. Erin this could be geeky amounts of fun?! 🤓🤗

  18. Tami Marie Tami Marie says:

    Valerie Weihe Thorne

  19. Jennifer Fry Jennifer Fry says:

    Ooooh this looks like fun!! William Millett Lisa Peck Fry

  20. Jessie Davis Jessie Davis says:

    Ryan Davis that sounds fun!

  21. Sara King Sara King says:

    Sean King Erin King

  22. Jessica Smith Amanda Stark lets get together and go to this! Dinner and a show!

  23. Sarah Sanders-Templeton

  24. Jennifer Artiles you were just talking about eating here! How fun!

  25. Alene Sullivan wanna do this?

  26. Brenda Arena says:

    2 people

  27. Christine Ramirez u down babe 😊

  28. Kathy Nusslein Cebulak did you see this

  29. Allison Ramboldt Desirée GravelEmily JoyKelly BaileyLindsey MerolaStephanie Norton you guys down? I’ve always wanted to do a murder mystery dinner.

  30. Lilly Gomez Lilly Gomez says:

    Eliziana Nini Romo let’s do this?

  31. Lauri Popp Karen Meyer Connie Palazzolo? ☺

  32. Ron Boswell Breana Tell

  33. Lili Celentano Taylor let’s do it!

  34. Kevin Farley I want to go

  35. Naomi Nash Lorraine Jacksen Nash

  36. Tyler Lockhart I WANNA GO!!!!!

  37. Anna Dery Anna Dery says:

    Sandra Hall-Hadzinsky

  38. Terrie and Barbara, you in for this? Might be fun!

  39. Lexi Sedivec Lexi Sedivec says:

    Mikey May Kelsea Krsteski

  40. Sean Bremner but will they still have creme brûlée ?!?

  41. Jina Younan-youpania Lazar let’s go

  42. Who cares about this. The real question is wtf happened to Backwoods Inn?

  43. Dawn Enzen Dawn Enzen says:

    this place is fantastic !! used to go there alot great food

  44. Steve Hedrick Nate Hedrick Aaron Hedrick Kristine Hedrick Notice the date. 🎉

  45. Love this place its a10+ for sure

  46. Karina Dimas Sarahi Nunez Mejia Maria Daza we should go

  47. Theodore Elizabeth Day could be fun!!!!

  48. Natalie Rogers😮 do it!

  49. Gary Ingersoll wanna do this!

  50. Danielle Turner Candi Turner Douglas Turner family night!!!

  51. Alex Reed My birthday dinner? Lol…

  52. I would love to come but the price is to high😔

  53. Travis Levy says:

    Bummer its all sold out . that went fast

  54. Christine Knirsch Dehaven

  55. Kevin Eng Kevin Eng says:

    Gin Treadwell Eng

  56. Cindy Garey you should go for your bday

  57. Arleen Smasal says:

    Sounds fun!

  58. Nadiya Littlewarrior says:


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