MUSKEGON, MI – The bingo restaurant is back for a second year in Muskegon.
Taste of Muskegon hosted the game to encourage support for locally owned and operated restaurants throughout January.
âTaste Bingo is a fun opportunity for people to eat out and explore different areas of our beautiful community,â said a statement from Lisa Kraus, Marketing Director of Taste of Muskegon. âIt’s a great way to support businesses in our hometown. “
Taste of Muskegon, an annual food festival held in downtown Muskegon each summer, first hosted Taste Bingo in late 2020 to support restaurants hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
From January 3 to 29, participants can play by visiting five restaurants, one in each column of the Taste of Muskegon bingo card, and registering with a QR code. Each set of five visits counts as one entry to earn a $ 25 gift card at participating restaurants.
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The game has five columns, organized by geography or food type: north side, center, lake side, south side, and candy / drink.
The north side column encourages people to explore restaurants in Whitehall and Montague, like Bone Ends, Full Moon Diner & Saloon, Pub One Eleven, Mylan’s Waterfront Grille, and Red Rooster Tavern.
The Central and Lakeside Columns focus on downtown Muskegon and the Lakeside area with restaurants like Unruly Kitchen, Burl & Sprig, Hey Sugar Cotton Candy, and Hodgepodge Bakeshop.
Southside includes Corine’s Cakes & Catering at Lakes Mall and Soul Filled Eatery in Muskegon Heights.
Sweets and drinks include Aldea Coffee, Yummy Delights, The Only Cannoli, The Us Cafe, and Yodels Frozen Yogurt.
Bingo cards are available at tasteofmuskegon.org.
The winners will be announced on February 11 on the Taste of Muskegon Facebook page.
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