Eat, Drink, Dine Kingsville presents the 4th Annual Kingsville Restaurant Week featuring the new “Foodie Thyme” passport & prizes on April 17-30, 2017.
Eat, Drink, Dine Kingsville (EDDK), already well established as the premiere dining district of Essex County, is adding a twist to their annual Spring restaurant week.
“Foodie Thyme” goes beyond the EDDK tradition of pairing delicious fare with Essex Pelee Island Coast (EPIC) Wines.
From April 17-30, 2017, EDDK has added new this year a “Food Thyme Passport” on which diners can collect stamps from participating restaurants with a minimum purchase of $25.
Once five stamps are received, passport holders are eligible for a draw to win delicious EDDK prize packages!
“Eat, Drink, Dine Kingsville is a group of food, beverage and hospitality owners and operators who have a shared goal of promoting Kingsville as a culinary destination. We are fortunate to be centrally located in the middle of Ontario’s southern wine route and spoiled with a great selection of local products being offered from our farms and fisheries,” boasts Trevor Loop of Jack’s GastroPub.
Anthony Delbrocco, owner of Mettawas Station, shared his excitement. “We are proud to be a part of this growing partnership with Eat, Drink, Dine Kingsville. With the growing popularity of our destination, we decided to extend the Spring promotion and offer more opportunities to engage our customers.”
Visit any one of EDDK participating locations to pick up a “Foodie Thyme Passport” and begin your journey.
2017 Participating Restaurants:
Mettawas Station Mediterranean Restaurant
The Main Grill and Ale House
Vernon’s Tap & Grill
Merlis’ Coffee House & Eatery
The Butcher of Kingsville
Lee & Maria’s Market
Calabria Coastal Bistro
The Chop Shop
For more information about the 4th Annual Spting Kingsville Restaurant Week and this year’s prize packages visit EatDrinkDineKingsville.ca