Ticket to Dine
Portland’s “Ticket to Dine” offers patrons scratch-off tickets and a chance to win big prizes.
As part of the city’s first annual “Ticket to Dine” event sponsored by Travel Portland, diners will be eligible to win prizes between March 17-26, 2023. With every entrée purchased at a participating restaurant, patrons will receive one Ticket to Dine — a scratch-off ticket that could reveal one of several big prizes.
Participating establishments will be centrally located in downtown and Old Town Portland and include food carts, cafes and brick-and-mortar restaurants.
Patrons will receive one Ticket to Dine with each entrée purchased at a participating restaurant.
Diners can enter as many times as they desire, offering unlimited chances to win with every entrée purchase from participating restaurants.
There are three prize packages up for grabs!
The Ultimate Staycation
One-night stay at The Nines and passes for two to six major attractions in Portland, including OMSI, Portland Art Museum, Oregon Zoo, Japanese Gardens, Lan Su Chinese Garden and Pittock Mansion — plus a $100 gift certificate for Portland’5 Center for the Arts.
The Golden Dining Package
Gift certificates to each of the 40+ participating Ticket to Dine restaurants, including two tickets to an 8-course prix-fixe seated dinner at Tercet valued at $300.
The BIG Sports Package
One-night stay at the Hotel deLuxe with two tickets to Portland Timbers, Winterhawks and Trail Blazers games, plus a $500 adidas gift card.
Ticket to Dine aims to motivate people to get out and support local restaurants — and, in turn, reward those same people with special experiences unique to Portland. “Portland is known for its incredible food,” said Shauna Noah O’Connor, an organizer with Ticket to Dine. “In the last few years, however, a lot has changed — restaurants opening, closing, moving locations. Ticket to Dine is an invitation to get people back down to central Portland to rediscover the eateries that make our city so special.”
“We’d love to entice people back to downtown Portland for delicious food,” said Lisa Schroeder, Mother’s Bistro owner and chef. “It’s been a challenging time for restaurant owners, and we’re proud to be part of Ticket to Dine. We look forward to feeding patrons old and new — and maybe even passing out a winning ticket.”
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