Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Black Friday Deal for NEO Food Tours

I keep hearing Christmas music on the radio and seeing people with their yards decorated and lights on so I guess that once this weekend is over, it will officially be full speed ahead toward Christmas.   Everyone seems to be talking about Black Friday and all the deals they plan to get for the holiday season.  I don't personally hit the stores on Black Friday but I still like a good deal.  And I'm going to pass this one on to you.  

Here's a chance to scoop up a discount for NEO Food Tours! It's a Black Friday deal you can take advantage of from the comfort of your homes. 

Just use promo code BLACKFRIDAY_6011 between now and 11/29  and receive 10% off the price!

And here's some additional info on the tours:
In addition to showcasing the neighborhood's restaurants on our Ohio City and Cleveland Heights Holiday Hops, we'll also be making stops at some of the area's locally-owned retailers. With food and drink at every stop, guests will be able to eat, drink and be merry while getting some holiday shopping done.

Highlights include:
On the Dec. 1st tour of Ohio City, enjoy a unique pop-up dining experience in Room Service, presented by SOHO Kitchen & Bar. Other stops will include food and drinks at Campbell’s Sweets Factory, Bar Cento, Salty Not Sweet, Dragonfly, Something Different, and BonBon Pastry & Cafe.
Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley will join us as our special guest tourguide of the Cedar Lee District on Dec. 8th. The Heights Art Gallery, Abrash Gallerie, Lopez on Lee, Taste, Revive, The Wine Spot, and SweetieFry will be featured on the tour.
In between stops, learn about the history, architecture, and development of the districts, while exploring such points of interests as the homeplace of Ohio City's once vibrant Pearl Street Market, originally created in 1840.

Here's the full scoop:

NEO Food Tours Features Local Retailers and Restaurants in Ohio City and Cleveland Heights Holiday Hops
CLEVELAND, Nov. 8, 2011 – Ohio City and Cleveland Heights are making the season merry and bright with holiday tours of local retailers and restaurants. Presented by NEO Food Tours, these guided walking tours allow attendees to do some holiday shopping while exploring the neighborhood and enjoying festive food and drinks.
The Ohio City Holiday Hop will feature Campbell’s Sweets FactoryBar CentoRoom ServiceSOHO Kitchen & Bar,Salty Not SweetDragonflySomething Different, andBonBon Pastry & Cafe. Ohio City has grown as an exciting shopping and dining destination over the past few years – building on the popularity of the neighborhood’s culinary cornerstones. On Dec. 1 from 6-9:30pm, guests will discover Ohio City’s hidden gems while learning about the neighborhood’s storied past.
Ohio City Incorporated’s Director of Marketing and Development, Virginia Houston, has been very excited to see the growth in the neighborhood. “Crop Bistro, Market Garden Brewery and Campbell’s Popcorn shop have opened up next to longtime neighborhood establishments such as Great Lakes Brewing Company and the Flying Fig,” said Houston. “Ohio City remains one of the most complete and connected neighborhoods in Cleveland.”
The Cleveland Heights Holiday Hop on Dec. 8 will include stops at Heights Art Gallery,Abrash GallerieLopez on LeeTasteReviveThe Wine Spot, and SweetieFry. Special Guest – Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley – will lead attendees from 6:30-10pm on a guided walking tour of Cedar Lee’s popular retailers and restaurants. The Cleveland Heights and Ohio City tours will feature food and drink at each stop.
Kelley Robinson, Director of Cedar Lee Special Improvement District, is eager to show off “Restaurant Row” during the Cleveland Heights Holiday Hop. “Lee Road has endless dining options to please any palate, is home to the regionally-recognized Cedar Lee Theatre, offers unique retail destinations as well as everyday essential services,” Robinson commented. “From artisan breads, to hand-dipped chocolates…guests will enjoy the Main Street vibe and quality customer service offered by these dedicated local businesses.”
Tickets for both tours can be purchased at http://neofoodtours.eventbrite.com.
Early bird tickets cost $85; general admission is $95. $5 from each ticket sold for the Cleveland Heights and Ohio City Holiday Hops will be donated to the Heights Emergency Food Center and Ohio City Incorporated, respectively. Tickets are all inclusive.
NEO Food Tours is a Northeast Ohio-based organization dedicated to spreading the gospel of the region’s dynamic culinary industry as a viable and sustainable economic engine.  Founded in Spring 2011 and headquartered in Cleveland, we are a majority-women-owned small business.  Through a wide variety of guided food tours and events, we achieve our mission of engaging and promoting the relationship between Northeast Ohio’s neighborhoods and restaurants.  Connect with NEO Food Tours on Twitter @NEOFoodTours and like NEO Food Tours on Facebook.

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