Business & Real Estate
- Published on Tuesday, 15 May 2001 20:25
- Written by Town Crier Staff Report
City Date Book 2001 is available for sale. For the past eight years, the restaurant coupon book has offered savings at many exclusive restaurants in the South Bay.
The City Date Book was created by publisher Ken Packer, a Palo Alto native.
The book contains coupons to restaurants that people love or haven't tried because of expense. It differs from other coupon books because it offers five, two-for-one, coupons for each restaurant, allowing people to return at the bargain prices if they enjoyed the experience.
A party of four or six can use two or three coupons at the same time, usually providing a savings of $20 to $60 at a time.
Participating restaurants include some of the area's better eating establishments like Maddalena's, Scott's Seafood, Hugo's Cafe and Ming's in Palo Alto and the Duck Club in Menlo Park.
Los Altos restaurants include the Mandarin Classic, Caffé Dijon and El Torito. The book also contains coupons for restaurants in Cupertino, Campbell, Milpitas, Mountain View, San Jose and Santa Clara.
The book, which offers 200 coupons representing 40 restaurants, is available for $25, with $5 from each sale benefiting the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce.
For more information, call 948-1455.