Harbor is located just across the Chetco River Bridge from Brookings. Gold Beach is 27 miles north of Brookings and the gateway to the Rogue River. Located North of Gold Beach, Wedderburn, Ophir and Langlois offer the visitor unique experiences along the rural Oregon Coast. Agness, located 30 miles up the Rogue River lets one enjoy the remote coastal forests and the wild Rogue River. RESTAURANTS GROUPED BY LOCATION OUTSIDE THE CITY LIMITS OF BROOKINGS...
Dine to Stay In Curry is a unique promotional program. Gift cards are not refundable. Some restaurants maybe closed in order to comply with COVID mandates from the State or Federal Government. Gift Cards expire within 9mos of purchase however, please contact the restaurant directly to confirm they are operational.
Put “Dine to Stay in Curry” Gift Cards On Your Resolution List for 2021!
With 2021 just around the corner, the time for New Year’s Resolutions is now. And, what better way to say “I Love Curry” than with a resolution to purchase one (or many) Dine to Stay in Curry gift cards to use at your favorite Curry County eateries next year!
Starting Saturday, December 26th, gift cards will once again be available for purchase through as Phase One B of the Dine to Stay in Curry gift card program rolls out.
Phase One B expands the list of participating businesses to include Gold Beach and Port Orford restaurants, in addition to the eateries in Brookings, Harbor, and unincorporated Curry that were part of Phase One this past summer. The gift cards are accessible on mobile devices, but can be downloaded and printed as well. Details for each restaurant's gift card preferences are available on the website.
If Phase One B goes as well as Phase One did, this new round of gift cards will start flying out the door on day one. Over $18,000 in revenue was generated for local restaurants between July 12th and July 28th, and the creators of the gift card program are anticipating the same enthusiasm as Phase One B opens. “You came out in support of our wonderful food and drink establishments back in July,” spokesperson Leslie Wilkinson said, “and we have no doubt you’ll be doing it again in celebration of the new year!”
The Dine to Stay in Curry gift card program is supported by the City of Brookings, the Economic Development Department at Curry County, and Travel Southern Oregon Coast (TSOC). These three stakeholders understand that our tourism economy has been especially hard hit by the current crisis. By throwing their support behind Dine to Stay in Curry, they have come together to keep the dollars flowing until the economy recovers.
For more information, contact us here or City Manager Janell Howard at 541-469-1102, firstname.lastname@example.org or Curry County Economic Development Miranda Plagge at 541-247-3222, email@example.com