City Dining Cards Brings Savings to Providence’s Restaurant Scene

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Grab some local grub, help fight hunger, and save a few bucks—all with a deck of cards. City Dining Cards has arrived in Providence and its hyper-local focus is encouraging people to support their community by eating locally.

The concept is simple. Each deck of City Dining Cards contains 50 $10 discount cards with savings to locally owned restaurants —each worth $10 off a food bill of $30 or more (tax, tip, and alcohol not included). Restaurants include Providence favorites such as Flan y Ajo, Trinity Brewhouse, Hemenway’s, New Rivers, and Providence Oyster Bar. Two wildcards hidden in the deck offer freebies at Pastiche and Baja’s.

Sound amazing? Well, here’s your chance to WIN a complete deck of City Dining Cards for yourself. Simply follow us on Twitter and keep an eye out for a tweet about how you can be a part of this awesome giveaway!

“We wanted to create an easy and affordable way for people to discover new restaurants while helping to support and build their community,” says Patrick Finan, founder of City Dining Cards. “City Dining Cards provides a great opportunity for food lovers to discover those flavors and experiences you can only find in locally owned restaurants.”

Demonstrating their pro-community mantra, City Dining Cards will donate five percent of all sales of the Providence edition to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, which provides food to people in need and promotes long-term solutions to the problem of hunger.

A deck of City Dining Cards costs $20 and can be purchased online at and Providence-area retailers including Curatorium, Bottles, and Whole Foods. Cards are valid now through December 31, 2013.

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