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Restaurants Now Accepting Passbook for Takeout Orders

While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the way we manage our daily lifestyle, it does not mean that we cannot enjoy some of our favorite things. Of course, it is difficult to venture out to enjoy on-site dining experiences during this time of social distancing and self-quarantining, however, we are excited to announce that more than 20 of our Passbook restaurants have agreed to accept the Atlanta DiningOut Passbook for takeout orders. This is the current list of partners that will accept our Passbook. Check back often as this list will be continuously updated to include the most recent additions. 

Accent Cellars Pisano’s Italian Kitchen
Bhojanic Poke Burri
Calle Latina PONKO Chicken (Midtown Location)
Campagnolo Primo’s Pizza & Italian Kitchen
CeNita Vineyards REEL Seafood ($20 Cap)
Chippers Club Sandtown Pub
Cosmos Little Italy Secreto
East & West Cobb Diner Snackboxe Bistro
Elevation Chop House South Cobb Diner
FLIP burger boutique Tabla
Flying Biscuit (2 Locations) The Alden
Henry’s Midtown The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill
Hook Line and Schooner Tin Lizzy’s Cantina (7 locations)
Hudson Grille (6 locations) Tiny Bistro
It’s Greek to Us Tupelo Honey Cafe
Kaya Vineyards Vero Pizza
Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails Wahoo! Grill
Montaluce Winery and Resort Zambawabgo Bakery
Nancy’s Chicago Pizza (Camp Creek)

Please note that you must present your Passbook at the time of pickup. Plan to take a pen with you to mark the restaurant page in the presence of a restaurant employee. If you do not see your favorite restaurant on the above list, we recommend calling them directly and asking them if they will accept the Passbook with your takeout orders.

Several Passbook holders have asked if we will extend the expiration date for the 2019-2020 Atlanta DiningOut Passbook. Unfortunately, we are not able to honor that request. This would require permission from all 110 restaurants which is truly an unrealistic expectation. Restaurants participate in the Passbook program voluntarily and we cannot compel them to extend the redemption period. For those of you whose Passbook usage was diminished by the COVID-19 virus, we will be creating a 50% discount code for the 2020-2021 Atlanta DiningOut Passbook which will be released in late autumn with many of the same restaurant partners and some new ones too.

In the coming weeks, restaurants will begin to reopen their doors, allowing us to get out and enjoy patio season as well as seven more months of using the Atlanta DiningOut Passbook. In the meantime, we hope that you will follow along on our social media channels at @diningoutatl as we continue to actively promote creative delivery and carryout options and highlight takeout being offered by our restaurant partners.

by Denise Romeo | Atlanta City Editor
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