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Fright night at La Camera

20 Nov 2012

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Southgate restaurant La Camera was transformed into a house of horrors last month, to celebrate Halloween.

Guests were invited to dress up as they dined in the fitted out restaurant.

Not to be outdone, manager Paul Scidone was roaming the restaurant ensuring no guest left without a fright.

He is pictured here with other staff members scaring (and serving) Amy Winehouse and a princess.

Other guests came as batman, witches, devils and skeletons.

Probably the scariest outfits of the night belonged to the bar staff!

For guests who didn’t the memo on dressing up there was face-painting on site, so nobody missed out on the fun.

Thankfully the food on the evening was all treat and no trick.

La Camera continues it’s theme nights every month, for more information on these, head to its website www.lacamerasouthgate.com

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