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Dine Around wraps up on Sunday

The final weekend has arrived, which means it’s your last chance to Dine Around and experience amazing three course dinner menus specially prepared for this event only!

Thank you to the 18 participating restaurants that have been presenting delicious eats the past three weeks; Atlas Café, Avenue Bistro, Blackfin Pub, Bisque, Billy D’s Pub & Bistro, Cornerstone Café & Taphouse, Fluid Bar & Grill, Griffin Pub, Locals Restaurant, Martine’s Bistro, Manivirro’s Indian Grill, Prime Chophouse & Wine Bar, Red 21 Gaming Tap & Grill, Spice Hut, Toscano’s Mediterranean Grill, Waverly Hotel, Whistle Stop Pub, and the White Whale Restaurant. Additional Sip Around partners were Forbidden Brewing & Gladstone Brewing.

The Fork Play Contest grand prize is still up for grabs! Someone is going to win Dinner Out for a Year (12 x $50 restaurant gift certificates) on March 20. Dine Around Passports with four stamps or more must be dropped off at the Vancouver Island Visitor Centre, 101 – 3607 Small Rd., by March 19 to be entered to win. Anyone who has shared their Dine Around experience four times or more using the hashtag #CVDineAround will also be entered to win.

A special thank-you to the following partners and sponsors who supported the 2017 event; BC Restaurant & Foodservices Association; The Comox Valley Record; The Eagle 97.3 FM; CTV; Gordon Food Service; Ambassador Shuttle; Cascadia Liquor Store; and the Dine Around Steering Committee including Sandra Viney, Atlas Café, Gregor Mowatt, Avenue Bistro; Deana Simkin, Billy D’s Pub & Bistro; Ronald and Tricia St. Pierre, Locals Restaurant; and Barbara Hansen and Edd Moyes, Blackfin Pub.

Dine Around Comox Valley wraps-up its eighth year on Sunday, March 12. To view three course dinner and lunch menus or for more information visit dinearoundcomoxvalley.com call the Vancouver Island Visitor Centre, 1-855-400-2882.

 

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