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Get BOGO Meal Deals with the Atlanta DiningOut Passbook

If you love food as much as I do but were hesitant to try out some of the popular and chic Atlanta restaurants, I've got the solution for you. 

If you love food as much as I do but were hesitant to try out some of the popular and chic Atlanta restaurants, I’ve got the solution for you.

The 2017-2018 Atlanta DiningOut Passbook is now available through pre-sale, and it includes buy-one-get-one- free deals at 90+ restaurants in Atlanta. The Passbook, originally valued at $99, comes down to $39 when you use my PROMO CODE: JMIT18. In just two meals, this deal book pays for itself! 

I’m so excited to use these deals myself, as I’ve been wary of dining at some of Atlanta top restaurants because I haven’t seen much vegetarian selection listed on the menus. However, now, with BOGO deals on entrees, many for brunch and dinner, my husband and I can try out some new places in the city without feeling like we’ve paid too much for food we are unsure about.

Join me for the journey

The best part? I’m going to guide you through the vegetarian options at these restaurants too! Step out of your comfort zone and follow me as I work my way through the passbook and highlight what each restaurant has to offer in terms of vegetarian and healthy fare. 

For the longest time, my husband and I avoided certain restaurants that would pop up on Yelp or Open Table as highly rated; Even though many places do offer vegetarian dishes or substitutions now, we were skeptical of some of the American, seafood or Southern cuisine establishments because we didn’t feel like paying for a nice dinner, only to order a bunch of sides and still feel hungry afterward.

Now,  with one meal paid for, we won’t feel as bad experimenting and seeing what some of these places have to offer so we’ll know for sure and will be able to come back to order our favorites!

Hob Nob

We’re off to a great start too! As a freshman member of The Dining Out Atlanta Ambassadors, I joined them last week at Hob Nob in Brookhaven, and the food was delicious! I can’t tell you how often I’ve driven by Hob Nob thinking it only served greasy bar food– and I wasn’t the only one!

But don’t be fooled by its neighborhood feel. Many of us seated at the table last week were pleasantly surprised to see the full menu of refined fare with a southern flair and its many vegetarian options!

I tried the roasted cauliflower in cashew pesto, the fried green tomatoes and the Jessie’s Girl cocktail to sip.  The cauliflower is amazing, loved even by non-vegetarians. It’s a must try! And the cocktail had just the right kick while not being too overbearing (I love anything with lavender).

So go ahead, pre-order your passbook, and let’s go on this gastronomical journey through Atlanta together Use code: JMIT18 for the $60 discount. Bon appetit!

2 comments on “Get BOGO Meal Deals with the Atlanta DiningOut Passbook

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