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Mugaritz's Free Lunch Contest; Taco Bell's Bedsheets

SPAIN— Reservations at chef Andoni Luiz Aduriz's two-Michelin-starred restaurant Mugaritz are hard to come by, so the San Sebastian restaurant will once again hold its annual contest to give six lucky winners (plus a guest) an all-inclusive sneak peek at the new tasting menu. The "You Open the Doors of Mugaritz" lunch will take place April 8 — the day before Aduriz re-opens after a four-month break — with winners notified by April 1. Registration/the entry process starts tomorrow, March 27, on the restaurant's official website. [EaterWire]

YOUR BEDROOM— To help promote the launch of its upcoming breakfast menu, Taco Bell has littered the country with 1,000 "Breakfast Phones" challenging finders to engage in social media and enter TB contests. Apparently, one of the prizes is a set of Taco Bell Crunchwrap bedsheets, designed to make your bed look like the snack: The set includes bacon pillowcases, pajamas bedecked with a hash-brown-ish pattern, and a double-sided sheet depicting a tortilla on one side, and a "crunchy tostada shell" on the other. [Brand Eating via HuffPo]

FLORIDA— The Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida is now stuffing its iconic characters inside Star Wars costumes for what the theme park is calling "Galactic Dine-In Breakfast" and "The Jedi Mickey's Star Wars Dine." Disney Food Blog reports that both are ongoing ticketed events (available from May 4 through June 15) promising breakfast or dinner seatings with characters like Minnie Princess Leia and Goofy Darth Vader. [DFB]

Mugaritz. [Photo: goodiesfirst/Flickr]

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