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Allie Mac Kay was live from Bruxie in Orange to tell us about their birthday fundraiser benefiting the Orange County chapters of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Wounded Warrior Project.
On Thursday, November 8thBruxie will celebrate its 2nd Birthday since the opening of its first location in Old Towne Orange. In honor of this milestone, Bruxie will host a “Birthday Fundraiser” benefiting the Orange County chapters of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Wounded Warrior Project. On that day, the public is invited to enjoy “all things Bruxie” – from our signature gourmet waffle sandwiches, to seasonal shakes and floats made with real Wisconsin frozen custard – and Bruxie will donate 10% of all sales from its locations in Old Towne Orange, Brea Downtown and Rancho Santa Margarita to the designated charities
The public is also invited to join Bruxie Partners Dean Simon and Kelly Mullarney in a ribbon-cutting event at 11 a.m. on Thursday, November 8th at Bruxie’s Brea Downtown location (215 W. Birch Street).
Chefs, Partners and Concept Creators, Dean Simon and Kelly Mullarney, opened their first Bruxie location in 2010 in Old Towne Orange, and a second location one year later on the Birch Street Promenade in Brea Downtown. Bruxie’s third location opened in Rancho Santa Margarita earlier this year in May, and a fourth restaurant is slated to open at The Shoppes at Chino Hills in mid-November 2012 (13865 City Center Drive, Suite 3093 in Chino Hills).
The Bruxie menu features two types of Belgian waffles. First, the Brussels waffle, used to produce all Bruxie sandwiches, is not sweet in taste, and when cooked, its yeast aroma is reminiscent of freshly baked bread. The Liege waffle, is a more dense, sweet waffle, with Belgian-pearl sugar baked into it. 
For more information on Bruxie, including full menus, locations, hours and directions, visit http://www.bruxie.com/.

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