Thursday, 9 August 2012

What's this about a Tapa Route?

In an effort to attract business to local bars at this financial junction, the Council's Festivities department has organised a Tapa Route. The idea is to collect a 'passport' (see picture below) from one of the participating bars or restaurants, have a drink and at least one of their featured tapas (each place has one obligatory tapa; tapa + drink only 2 euros!!) get the passport stamped and go on to the next establishment. There are 8 bars taking part, and you only need 4 stamps to participate in a draw with a prize of dinner for two. Have fun!!

Passport, front and back cover

Inside the passport, must be stamped and filled in to participate in draw

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