[caption id="attachment_4774" align="alignright" ]Scotty's Brewhouse Scotty's Brewhouse[/caption] Visit Lafayette-West Lafayette is excited to announce our "Romantic Getaway" Contest 2014 to our 2 great cities. The competition started on Monday, February 24, and we want to share why each business that has donated to these packages is so fabulous! One great winner will win the following package worth over $550!
  • Enjoy a fresh baked Otis Spunkmeyer cookie when you check into the comfortable, clean and friendly Hilton Garden Inn West Lafayette Wabash Landing.
  • Scotty's Brewhouse - home to the mo’fo’ cluck (chicken, marinated in mo’fo’ hot sauce, breaded with seven deadly spices and jalapeños!) and rich and decadent Cajun & bleu cheese crumbles mac n' cheese.
  • Looking for an award-winning restaurant serving upscale food in Lafayette's most unique atmosphere? Look no further than Hour Time Restaurant.
  • Kathy's Kandies creates candy specialties from homemade truffles, chocolate bacon pizza (yes, we said bacon!), and homemade specialty popcorn.
  • Want to enjoy some of the freshest Greek food in town? Check out Parthenon Greek American Grill serving authentic gyros, hummus & baklava.
  • Custom cookies delivered to you door! Baked! of West Lafayette. Baked fresh, every time, just for you. Real ingredients, real people, real experience.
  • LE Originals takes design, ingenuity and love to create custom glass art pieces that are one of a kind and beautiful.
  • From mosaic masterpieces to custom crafted art jewelry to extraordinary wood sculptures, Grateful Heart Gallery offers unique artistic designs that make the perfect gift.
  •  Streb: Forces on April 4 at Purdue University Elliott Hall of Music presented by Purdue Convocations, blends a choreographer’s passion for pure motion, a scientist’s impulse to harness invisible forces, a stuntwoman’s fearlessness, and a filmmaker’s instincts to spike an audience’s adrenaline.
  • Indiana's newest state park, Prophetstown State Park. It's landscape has been shaped by ice from glaciers, moving water, fire and human hands that helped maintain the vast tall prairie grass.
  • Wolf Park. An attraction not to be missed on your visit to our area as visitors are able to not only howl with the wolves, but see them in their natural habitat.  Wolves, bison, foxes and coyotes are raised at this educational park.
  • Tour Haan Mansion, which was originally the State of Connecticut building at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair and was moved here. There are only 15 known buildings surviving from the Fair, and the Haan Mansion is most true to its original design and purpose of the 13 buildings removed from the grounds.
  • Sip wine on the veranda at Wildcat Creek Winery and enjoy the beautiful spring flowers (which will be here soon!)
Go to https://www.homeofpurdueblog.com/?p=4709 to sign up! Entries will be accepted through Monday, March 3, at noon. A Winner will be announced the week of March 10, 2014.