There’s no denying it, right now it’s patio season.
And that means you can dine outside when the sun is blazing to cool down with a refreshing cold beverage. It’s what summer is all about.
And now you’ll be able to get something back from your visits to Vancouver patios between Burrard and Jervis thanks to the Robson Street Business Association (RSBA).
That’s right. The association has launched a passport called ‘Let’s Patio‘ to help make your summer even better.
Six Robson Street restaurants are participating in Let’s Patio including Abode, Cactus Club, CinCin, Ebisu, Earls, and Milestones. Every time that you visit each of these restaurants this summer, simply bring your passport with you to collect stamps for a special reward. Once you’ve collected all six stamps return your completed passport to the RSBA office at 412-1155 Robson Street and you’ll receive a $25 gift card to the restaurant of your choice on Robson Street (between Burrard and Jervis.)
“Summer is our favourite season on Robson Street, and it is best spent on a patio soaking up the sun with friends and family while enjoying great food and drinks. And with most of the participating restaurants offering happy hour specials, it makes it that much more enticing,” said RSBA executive director, Teri Smith in a press release.
You can download your passport from the Robson Street website or simply pick one up from one of the six participating restaurants. All you have to do is spend a minimum of $15 on food or drinks before taxes at each eatery to earn each stamp.
Let’s Patio on Robson Street is running right now and will conclude on August 31 or while gift card supplies last.
For more information, visit Robson Street online.
The RSBA is a non-profit organization that represents roughly 200 businesses and property owners along Robson Street between Burrard and Jervis, including the adjacent side streets. The non-profit works on behalf of its members to promote the economic vitality of the Robson Street district through beautification, marketing, safety and advocacy initiatives.