Comox Valley dining out campaign ending Sunday

Dine Around Comox Valley is entering its final weekend and the simple concept of visiting a variety of restaurants and enjoying three-course meals at the prices of $15, $25 or $35 has been a hit with restaurants and foodies alike.
"The Dine Around Menu has brought in new diners, especially young people who really care about the quality of their food," says chef Ronald St. Pierre from Locals Restaurant.
People are taking notice outside the Comox Valley as well with event coverage appearing in the Globe & Mail, Douglas Magazine, the Vancouver Sun and countless blogs.
The restaurants have created inventive and decadent menus; you can sample Fanny Bay Oysters Casino at Locals, the Braised Beef Short Ribs at Old House Restaurant and indulge in the orange-chocolate mousse from Bisque.
To make it a real night out, take advantage of the great Dine Around rates being offered at Best Western Plus, the Westerly Hotel, the Villas at Crown Isle, Old House Village Hotel and Spa and Courtenay Travelodge.  
Dine Around runs until March 6. For more information, visit

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