In today’s world, restaurants really have to do something unique, something exciting to stand out from the crowd. (Sometimes, with shrinking wallets, top-notch cuisine isn’t enough.) Old Town Scottsdale’s Metro Brasserie is setting itself apart with its fun new summertime Bingo game, available exclusively to Valley residents.
Each time a guest visits the restaurant, and shows a valid Arizona driver’s license, he or she will be given a Bingo playing card, which can be either kept at the restaurant to use during the next visit or brought anytime they dine there. Guests mark off each corresponding square that matches what he/she ate. Bingo squares include menu items like the Pomme Frites, Dinner for Two, Beignets, Eggs Benedict, French Toast, the Brasserie Burger and more! When the guest completes a row of five in any direction, he/she will be awarded a $25 gift card to be used during a future visit. (One stamp, per visit, per table is permitted.)
Sounds like fun, huh? 7114 E. Stetson Drive, Scottsdale. 480.994.3663, www.metrosouthbridge.com.
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