CITY DINING CARDS BRINGS SAVINGS TO PITTSBURGH’S RESTAURANT SCENE
Deck of cards offers 50 $10 discount cards to locally owned restaurants.
Proceeds to benefit Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
Grab some local grub, help fight hunger, and save a few bucks—all with a deck of cards. City Dining Cards has arrived in Pittsburgh and its hyper-local focus is encouraging people to support their community by eating locally.
The concept is simple. Each deck of City Dining Cards contains 50 $10 discount cards with savings to locally owned restaurants —each worth $10 off a food bill of $30 or more (tax, tip, and alcohol not included). Restaurants include Pittsburgh favorites such as Root 174
Industry Public House, E2, Nine On Nine, and Round Corner Cantina. Two wildcards hidden in the deck offer freebies at Church Brew Works and Espresso A Mano.
“We wanted to create an easy and affordable way for people to discover new restaurants while helping to support and build their community,” says Patrick Finan, founder of City Dining Cards. “City Dining Cards provides a great opportunity for Pittsburghers to discover those flavors and experiences you can only find in locally owned restaurants.”
Demonstrating their pro-community mantra, City Dining Cards will donate five percent of all sales of the Pittsburgh edition to the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank, which collects and distributes more than 27 million pounds of food and grocery products per year.
A deck of City Dining Cards costs $20 and can be purchased online at www.citydiningcards.com and Pittsburgh-area retailers including Marty's Market, Pavement, and Whole Foods. Cards are valid now through December 31, 2013.
City Dining Cards is a pro-local marketing company that’s passionate about building relationships between small businesses and locally minded customers. Started in Buffalo, New York in 2010, they have grown into eight cities across the Northeast. Find out more at www.citydiningcards.com, or follow along on Facebook, Twitter, or Tumblr.
The largest anti-hunger organization in southwestern Pennsylvania, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank collects and distributes more than 27 million pounds of food and grocery products per year to 400+ member agencies and affiliated food banks in 11 southwestern Pennsylvania counties that in turn serve tens of thousands of people at risk of hunger each month. Learn more at www.pittsburghfoodbank.org.
We have one pack of City Dining Cards to give to one lucky winner!
Go here to enter.
Winner chosen at random. Winner has 24 hours to claim prize or a new winner will be selected. Contest open for entries until Thursday, November 22nd, 2012, 7pm.
Buying a pack of City Dining Cards would make a great gift idea for those that are hard-to-buy for this Christmas season!
Abay Ethiopian Cuisine
Alchemy N' Ale
Alma Pan-Latin Kitchen
August Henry's City Saloon
Bites and Brews
Caliente Pizza and Bar
The Church Brew Works
The Common Plea
The Elbow Room
Espresso a Mano
Fat Tommy's Pizzeria
Frankie &Georgie's 4 Wood Grille
Industry Public House
James Street Gastropub& Speakeasy
Las Velas Mexican Restaurant
Le Brew House Restaurant & Taverne
Melange Bistro Bar
Nine on Nine
Olive or Twist
OTB Bicycle Café
Pi Coal Fired
The Porch at Schenley
Round Corner Cantina
Taste of Dahntahn
Tin Front Café
Village Tavern &Trattoria