Dinner at the Lighthouse features close-up magic


Award winning magician Anton Riniti will be performing strolling close-up magic from table to table at the Lighthouse Restaurant on Wednesday, Aug. 23, from 6 to 8 p.m. Kids under 10 years old eat free with one paid adult from the regular dinner menu during show hours.

Diners who attend will be treated to a magical experience that is sure to inspire and awe. Some people who attend may even be surprised to find their watches have vanished off their wrists only to have it magically reappear in a sealed envelope in Anton’s wallet.

“In this day and age, family interaction is at an all-time low, so we would like to bring excitement and magic to everyone who supports the local Lighthouse Restaurant,” said Anton. “We encourage families of all ages and sizes to take advantage of this unique opportunity to have a magical dinner and to support our local community.”

Anton, the first billiard trick shot artist to be invited to perform at the Magic Castle, has been practicing magic since the age of four. He turned professional in 1989. He has consulted on magic and billiards for several major networks including ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC and has appeared on the television shows Penn & Tellers Fool Us and Steve Harvey’s Funderdome.

For dinner reservations, call the Lighthouse Restaurant at 951-244-6841, ext. 771.