Get 25% Off Restaurants with Good Eat$ Downtown
A new discount program provides an incentive to dine-in, take-out or get delivery from more than two dozen Downtown eateries.
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership has just launched the Good Eat$ Downtown campaign offering a big discount incentive for the Pittsburgh community to support the Downtown restaurants they love.
For a limited time, while funding lasts, hungry diners buying food and drink for dine-in, take-out, and even delivery on a Tuesday or Wednesday will receive 25% off their total food order at participating Downtown restaurants.
Starting on March 9th, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership’s Good Eat$ Downtown campaign will support restaurants challenged by Covid19 via the new incentive. 26 restaurants are confirmed as participating, presenting a wide array of food and fare.
“This 25% incentive gives both our new and regular customers another great reason to dine Downtown,” said Michael Zawojski, Executive Chef/Director of Food and Beverage at Revel, a restaurant offering locally-driven, seasonal cuisine near Market Square. “The extra push, on our slower days especially, will give us a chance to introduce Revel’s menu to new guests and allow returning guests to try our newest menu items. We love that food delivery is included in this program too, broadening our reach outside of the immediate Downtown community. We are proud to be featured alongside some really incredible Downtown restaurants—and great ‘eats’!
Downtown Restaurants noted as taking part are; Arepittos, August Henry’s Burger Bar, Bae Bae’s Café, Bae Bae’s Kitchen, Christos Mediterranean Grille, Commoner, Corner Mercantile, Eadie’s Market and Catering, Harris Grill 4th Ave, Hello Bistro, Las Velas Mexican Restaurant, Market Street Grocery, Millie’s Homemade, Mitchell’s Bar & Grill, Primanti Bros., Proper Brick Oven & Tap Room, Redbeard’s On Sixth, Revel, Rosewater Middle Eastern Grill, Scarpino, Sree’s Foods, tako, Talia, The Simple Greek, The Speckled Egg, The Warren Bar and Burrow, Vallozzi’s, The Yard and Yuzu Kitchen.
The campaign will also offer a few surprise giveaways each week, like restaurant gift cards, and additional prize opportunities for posting on social media.
“This campaign allows us to significantly impact the bottom-line in a new way. We’re providing an opportunity for these restaurants to offer a 25% discount which we will then pay back. We hope that this incentive really encourages folks to dine-in, pick-up, or order for delivery from restaurants we know they love,” said Jeremy Waldrup, President and CEO of the PDP. “There’s really no downside to getting great food at a discount, and also helping out these small businesses. Spread the word that Tuesday and Wednesday is discount day for Downtown dining!”
Information, including a listing of restaurants participating in the campaign, is available here: DowntownPittsburgh.com/goodeatsdowntown.
The 25% discount offer will remain in place until funding is depleted.
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