The Go Bergenfield District Alliance will kick off the second “Food and Fright Festival” on Friday, October 26 with the start of the Food Crawl that will run through Sunday, November 4. The ten-day food event will offer $5 deals and menu options from 25 restaurants along with the opportunity to win over $1,000 in prizes. The Food Crawl highlights Bergenfield’s diverse amount of eateries and offers patrons the opportunity to easily sample many different foods from an array of cultures.
“With such an enormous, positive response to the Food Crawl last year, we had to make it twice as long this time,” said Bergenfield Mayor Norman Schmelz. “So many people from in and around Bergenfield discovered new restaurants and great food, that there were not enough days to try all the great deals that we were offering.”
“Food Crawl Passports” are available for pick up for free at town hall, the library and at participating eateries. Inside your passport you will find a list of the 25 restaurants and their corresponding $5 deal being offered during the Food Crawl. Receive a stamp in your passport from each location when you redeem their deal. At the conclusion of the Food Crawl, mail in the back page of your passport for a chance to win over $1,000 in prizes or the grand prize, a $500 Visa gift card courtesy of New Jersey Eye Center. You must dine at a minimum of three establishments participating in the Food Crawl to be eligible to enter the drawing.
For the full list of participating restaurants and $5 deals, visit www.gobergenfield.com.
The Go Bergenfield District Alliance (GBDA), a Special Improvement District, is a public private partnership formed as a collaboration between the business community and the Borough of Bergenfield. To help achieve the mission of improving the local economy, the GBDA works on beautification projections, community events, marketing, public relations services and administration.
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