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Give a Gift and Get a Gift

We are thrilled to announce that we have received one of the Fall Innovation Grants awarded by the Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce. With this grant, we have created a holiday promotion to encourage more visitors to experience our historic OTR neighborhood. With each pair of gift certificates you purchase this holiday season for one of our Cincinnati Food Tours, you can select an ornament from our Christmas tree at Daisy Mae’s at Findlay Market. The ornaments are numbered and will indicate whether you win a $20 restaurant gift card, a $10 Findlay Market gift card, or a free bag of Windy Acres snacks, nuts, or candy from Daisy Mae’s. Not only does the recipient of your gift get to experience a food tour, but you also get a chance to treat yourself to a local restaurant. Everybody wins!

So here are the nuts and bolts: Decide who on your gift list would love to eat their way through Findlay Market or the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Buy a pair of gift certificates at Show your printed receipt or your phone displaying your emailed receipt to a staff member at Daisy Mae’s at Findlay Market. Pick an ornament from the Christmas tree to determine your prize. Spend your prize to support a local business right in the neighborhood, or just enjoy your Windy Acres consolation prize and support Daisy Mae’s.


Prizes to be awarded: Sixteen $20 gift certificates, one each for KazeSalazarGomez SalsaRevolution RotisserieSweet Petit DessertsHoltman’s DonutsGoodfella’s PizzeriaMacaron BarTaft’s Ale HouseKrueger’s TavernTaste of BelgiumNation Kitchen & BarQuan Hapa3 Sweet GirlsBrezel, and 1215 Wine Bar; sixteen $10 gift certificates, one each to Dean’s Mediterranean ImportsFresh TableDojo GelatoChurchill’s Fine TeasGramma Debbie’s KitchenMama Lo HizoTaste of BelgiumBean HausEckerlin’s MeatsEli’s BBQMaverick ChocolateCake Rack BakeryMt. Kofina’s Olive Oil,  and two to Daisy Mae’s Market; 50 bags of Windy Acres snacks, nuts, and dried fruits.


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