Holiday Auction last call: Hunahpu's Day, Cena chef cooks dinner

Two more items — dinner by Cena's chef and a Hunahpu's Day offer — were added to CL's auction.

click to enlarge You'll beat the crowd at Hunahpu's Day if you win this auction item. - Ryan Ballogg
Ryan Ballogg
You'll beat the crowd at Hunahpu's Day if you win this auction item.

Surprise! CL has added two last-minute offers to the final week of its 2015 Holiday Auction benefiting The Children's Home.

The featured Hunahpu's Day experience is a beer lover's dream, its value listed as "Priceless." The two all-access passes to Cigar City Brewing's annual and uber-popular Tampa festival will grant the victorious bidder first entry into Hunahpu's Day; the ability to walk behind any table for any beer without waiting in line; access to the "Brewers Only" section; a truly awesome supply of Hunahpu's Imperial Stout from multiple years, and more.

click to enlarge Chef Michael Buttacavoli can be yours for a price. - James Ostrand
James Ostrand
Chef Michael Buttacavoli can be yours for a price.
Michael Buttacavoli, executive chef of the Channel District's BOTB-winning Cena restaurant, is the focus of the online auction's other new listing. He's set to prepare dinner for four at the winner's home.

If you've already had a taste of this chef's signature dishes (we are haunted by his oxtail gnocchi and seafood risotto, to name two), then you know this is an opportunity no self-respecting Tampa Bay restaurant aficionado can pass up.

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