I always love a good deal. Some people shudder at the thought of using a coupon book when going out to dine. They think that a good restaurant would never agreed to be part of a discount program of any type.
However, since moving to Denver, I’ve discovered a number of high quality coupon/discount products that offer deals to restaurants I already eat at or want to try. One of those is the EatDenver Deck.
EatDenver is an independent restaurant association that helps support the local Denver food service community. They put together the EatDenver Deck every year to help promote area restaurants by offering a deck of 52 $10 gift cards (plus three wild cards). At a cost of $55 per deck, you only need to go to six restaurants to make your money back.
The quality of the restaurants is excellent, which some wonderful places from the Denver-based Bonanno Concepts and Edible Beats restaurant groups, as well as some of my favorite restaurants in town like Copertaand Stoic & Genuine.
The deck is awesome, but just like the Dining Out Passbook, sometimes I struggle with planning how to use it because when I’m thinking about going out to eat, I’m looking for a place in a certain area.
That’s why I’m sharing my personal EatDenver Deck restaurant map. Here’s the key to reading the map:
- Blue: $10 off a $25 purchase of food at this restaurant.
- Orange – Olive Green: $10 off a $25 purchase of food at one of the restaurants of the same color. This means you can only use the card ONCE within this group of restaurants.
- Purple: Wild card special offer (see full deal in the description).
Also looking for a map of all the restaurants in the Dining Out Passbook? I got you covered.
What are some of your favorite places to eat that are featured in the EatDenver Deck?