100 Days of Downtown Dining

Posted on January 18, 2013 

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January 18, 2013 (Anchorage, Alaska) – January 28th to April 28th  – 100 Days of Downtown Dining kicks off with 21 participating restaurants in downtown.  This dining promotion, organized by Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd., is designed to help people dine around downtown while experiencing new places and get rewarded for doing so!



New this year is the 100 Days of Downtown Dining Perka App & Loyalty Program for your smart phone. Download the free Perka App and start collecting stamps on your phone!  The 100 Days of Downtown Dining Perka Program is also available if you don’t have a smart phone. Simply text to (330) 400-330 along with specific program codes during the program and receive your stickers on your phone when you dine out. The program will also still provide game cards and stickers to redeem for anyone who prefers the traditional method!


Here is how it works: Dine out.  Collect stickers or stamps. Win Prizes.  Pick up your game card at any participating restaurant.


Eat out at any of the twenty-one participating restaurants, and when you order an entrée ask for a sticker to put on your game card or a stamp for your Perka App.  Win prizes based on how many stickers you collect!  All completed cards will be entered into the Grand Prize drawing to win Downtown Weekend Get-away Package.


Participating restaurants include:

Brown Bag Sandwich Co., Bubbly Mermaid, Crush, Dianne's Restaurant, Fletcher's, Ginger, Glacier Brewhouse, Humpy's, McGinley's Irish Pub, Midnight Sun Café, Muffin Man (Café 817), Orso, Sack's Café, Simon & Seafort's, Slippery Salmon, Snow City Café, Snow Goose, Sullivan's Steak House, Sub Zero, Uncle Joe's Pizzeria, Whale's Tail


For more information about this event, please visit www.anchoragedowntown.org or call 

(907) 279-5650.  Find us on Facebook and win weekly dining certificates.


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