A passport to great food, wine, discounts and prizes
Residents have a chance to dine in restaurants while earning special discounts and other prizes.
Goslings and Total Marketing & Communications Limited (TMC) recently launched the Passport to Taste programme.
It offers the opportunity to choose from menus at 14 select restaurants, and have their food paired with one of 16 wines selected by Goslings.
In exchange, they get a stamp on the provided passport which enables a discount towards a future purchase at Goslings Wine Store; ten or more stamps places them in the running for a grand prize drawing with exciting goodies from Goslings and Bermuda Gas.
According to Steve Marklew, president and CEO of TMC, its a win-win situation for all involved.
Restaurants can boost their patron numbers through the winter season and residents can sample whats on offer, he said.
We are very excited and the restaurants are too. The new thing is this year the website is more detailed. It doesnt just list the restaurants, it also lists the recipes.
So if you really enjoy the meal you can go home and recreate it yourself.
Participating restaurants include: Beau Rivage, Henry VIII, Ocean Echo, Wahoos Bistro and Patio, Bolero Brasserie, Bistro J, Lobster Pot, Lido, Port OCall, Mad Hatters, La Trattoria, Little Venice, Blu and LOriental.
Mr Marklew said: It will be a great way for people to try different dishes and experience Bermudas great hospitality at some of Bermudas finest restaurants.
The programme has been made possible thanks to the generosity of sponsors and participating restaurants, he added.
Residents can collect a free passport from locations including Goslings retail stores, Bermuda Gas showrooms, TMC offices and participating restaurants.
They must then present the passport to the restaurants maître d or member of staff when they arrive. The scheme runs through April 20.
For a full list of participating restaurants, rules of participation and recipes, visit www.passporttotaste.bm.
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