Support Local Restaurants Through Brazos Valley Worldfest Restaurant Passport
Locals and visitors can support local restaurants by signing up for the Brazos Valley Worldfest Restaurant Passport, a free program that showcases international cuisine in Bryan-College Station.
The program from Brazos Valley Worldfest and Destination Bryan, the city of Bryan’s tourism organization, promotes international awareness and food. Available through Oct. 25, the mobile passport is a collection of curated restaurants offering deals and discounts.
“With Brazos Valley Worldfest going virtual this year, we still wanted to give the residents of the Brazos Valley a chance to learn about countries and cultures with their foods,” said Kim Fox, manager of Brazos Valley Worldfest. “By offering this passport program in conjunction with local restaurants, we are able to connect with the community in a way we haven’t been able to do previously.”
Participating restaurants include 3rd on Main, All The King’s Men, Amico Nave, Caffé Capri, Casa Rodriguez, Fusion Peru, Kolache Capital Bakery, Madden’s Casual Gourmet, Must Be Heaven, Nam Café, Poke Stop, Ronin Farm & Restaurant, Rx Pizza & Bar, Shipwreck Grill, The Proudest Monkey, The Tacobar, The Village, Tilted Pint and Zoës Kitchen. More restaurants will be added to the lineup.
“We are very excited to launch this new and unique program and look forward to promoting our local restaurants and to help them get new customers through their doors,” Fox said.
Simply visit the passport landing page to sign up for the passport, which will be sent to your mobile phone via text and email. When visiting participating restaurants, present your phone to the restaurant employee to obtain a four-digit pin code to redeem discounts.
“It’s all a very streamlined process,” said Chris Riggins, Destination Bryan’s destination marketing manager. “It’s never been easier to find a new restaurant, take advantage of a discount or special offer, support locally-owned restaurants, and win a prize all at the same time.”