CityTins has launched its inaugural 2021 Palm Beach Restaurant Edition online and in brick-and-mortar stores around town. This clever little tin is chock full of coaster gift cards, each worth $10 off your tab for dine-in or $5 off for takeout of $25 at one of the 20-plus featured Palm Beach County restaurants. It’s $200-plus worth of martinis, apps, entrees and sides for just $30.
Curated by Wellington native Stefany Allongo, CityTins incentivizes diners to patronize locally owned establishments, keeping hard-earned dollars in the local economy.
How it works: First, select a coaster. If indecision leaves you feeling salty, consult the Dinner Spinner included with each limited-edition tin. Take the coaster to the featured iconic venue, spend $25 or more (pre-tax/gratuity). Then submit the coaster gift card to your server when the check is presented. It’s that easy!
Participating restaurants in the 2021 Palm Beach Edition are Amar Delray, Batch Gastropub, Batch New Southern Kitchen, Bimini Twist, Brick & Barrel, the Butcher & the Bar, Café Chardonnay, Crazy Uncle Mike’s, Death or Glory, Don Ramon on Dixie Highway, Duggan’s Pub, Duke’s Tacos & Margs, Garden City Café, Grandview Public Market, Johnnie Brown’s, Josie’s Ristorante, Kapow, Lynora’s in Boca Raton, Pistache French Bistro, Ravish, Spoto’s Oyster Bar, and bonus coasters from Happylicious and Matty’s Gelato Factory.
These giftable little tins of joy hit shelves just in time for holiday shopping as a go-to gift for all. The quantities are limited, so once they are gone, they’re gone for good. Coasters are valid through the end of 2022.
Founded in 2009 by Christin Cilento Ladky and Tara Laatsch, CityTins’ mission is to encourage and incentivize community support of locally owned and operated restaurants and businesses that contribute to the culture and community that make every city unique. Originally intended as a guide to eat like a local, CityTins became a cult-favorite used for fundraising, corporate gifting and real estate closings. CityTins has donated more than $350,000 to schools and nonprofits in the markets they serve. Learn more at www.citytins.com.