Savor The Town began Monday at the Town Center and has participants visiting 10 different eateries to gain stamps in a passport. To gain a stamp, customers ask their server or bartender about the “Savor the Town” special when making a purchase.
Those who receive all 10 stamps by May 1 will be eligible to attend a free Happy Hour celebration.
Restaurants participating in the promotion are:
- American Tap Room (1811 Library St.)
- Big Bowl (11915 Democracy Drive)
- Busara Thai Cuisine (11964 Market St.)
- M&S Grill (11901 Democracy Drive)
- Mon Ami Gabi (11950 Democracy Drive)
- Neyla Mediterranean Bistro (11898 Market St.)
- Tavern64 (1800 Presidents St.)
- The Tasting Room Wine Bar & Shop (1816 Library St.)
- Uncle Julio’s (1827 Library St.)
- World of Beer (1888 Explorer St.)
Information provided within the passport recommends stopping at World of Beer for “your last call” and receiving free parking validation there. A number of the other restaurants on the tour also offer parking validation.
The celebration for those who complete the tour will be from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 10 at American Tap Room. Those who do not finish the tour are also welcome to attend and “take advantage of special pricing on food and beverage offerings,” according to information provided within the passport.
“Savor the Town is a fun way to increase visitor frequency and attract new patrons to the many great restaurants at Reston Town Center,” said spokesperson Kathy Walsh on behalf of RTC owner Boston Properties. “Look for additional creative events like this coming to RTC throughout the rest of the year.”
As part of the program, RTC is also offering $5 one-trip vouchers for Uber. A new promotional code is scheduled to be released each week on the RTC website as well as its Facebook page.
Passports can be picked up at RTC’s Information Center (1818 Discovery St.) or concierge desk (11951 Freedom Drive), or from a participating business.
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