All the info you'll need came to me in this email from Gina Barrera of Foodie Cincy:
Calling all food lovers (AKA “Foodies”), a reason to get out of the house this spring! Foodie Cincy is in the Greater Cincinnati area just in time to shake off the cabin fever. Foodie is a handy and astonishingly hip deck of cards featuring 52 of Cincinnati’s favorite local/independent restaurants of all cuisine types, price points, and from various neighborhoods. Each card in the deck is dedicated to an individual restaurant offering $10 off with a $30 minimum purchase. Giving ravenous food fans 1 year to use all 52 - $10 gift certificates in the deck, the Foodie deck is valid until December 2014. That’s up to $520 in savings over the year! The best part is patrons who dine at participating “Foodie” establishments support local/independent restaurants from the Greater Cincinnati/Northern, KY areas. The list of participating restaurants can be found on www.FoodieUS.com and The Foodie Cincy Facebook page.
The decks are available for purchase at www.FoodieUS.com and at select participating restaurants, retailing for $20. Local nonprofits and other charitable groups may also be selling Foodie decks to support their cause. The list of where to find decks for sale around town is on the website and the Facebook page.
It’s important for Foodie Cincy to give back to a local, food-based charity. A portion of the proceeds from every Foodie Cincy deck sold will be donated to The Freestore Foodbank, a Cincinnati Tri-State area organization whose mission is to provide food and services, create stability and further self-reliance for people in crisis. Visit www.freestorefoodbank.org for more information.
Foodie US began in 2009 in St. Louis, MO where the Foodie STL deck launched. The company has since spread into eleven US markets including nearby Cleveland, Columbus, and Indianapolis. Every Foodie city has a chosen local charity to donate a portion of deck proceeds to. Visit www.FoodieUS.com for more info.
Eat Well. Eat Local