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Restaurant group offers Dining Passport card to benefit Winter Sports Club

Aurum Food and Wine is dedicated to creating a new element in dining within Steamboat Springs featuring wide variety of food and drinks on its seasonal menus.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Destination Hospitality Restaurant Group, which includes Aurum Food and Wine and Table 79 Foodbar in Steamboat Springs, is offering a new Dining Passport program, which will allow card holders to enjoy 50 percent off all entrees at both restaurants plus Aurum in Breckenridge during the off-season, which runs from April 1 to June 6.

Dining Passports, which are now on sale, are $10 each, and every penny of the purchase will be donated to the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Scholarship Fund. The passports will be valid for two guests per card, but the card cannot be applied to split entrees or to-go orders and cannot be used in conjunction with any other special offer.

“This is a chance for us to offer our guests a great off-season deal, while simultaneously giving back to great organizations,” said Destination Hospitality Restaurant Group owner Phil Armstrong. “It is our hope that in the future more businesses will take part in this passport program alongside us, so that we can grow the concept to an all-inclusive ‘Steamboat Passport Program’ that is able to contribute significant amounts back to various local organizations.”

Dining Passports can be purchased at any of the three restaurant locations or at the Winter Sports Club offices. Visit destinationhospitality.com for more information.


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