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Zagat Dining Card Picks [+ Giveaway]

Zagat Dining Card Picks [+ Giveaway]

Terzo Piano

Today we're teaming up with the awesome team over at Zagat Dining Card to give away a $50 gift card to their top-rated restaurants! The card is good at more than 300 restaurants in Chicago, New York City, DC and LA. It can be personalized then sent by email (perfect for those times when you didn't plan ahead) or printed.

Since a gift card is only as good as where you spend it, here's where I'd like to drop some Zagat credit in my city.

La Sirena Clandestina

Why? Latin American cuisine in an intimate setting perfect for date night. Rating: Food: 24 | Decor: 21 | Service: 22 | Cost: $48

Victory's Banner

Why? I'm always on the hunt for a new brunch spot and Victory Banner's raspberry french toast sounds delicious. Rating: Food: 24 | Decor: 16 | Service: 22 | Cost: $17

Broadway Cellars

Why? Butternut squash agnolotte? Say no more. Rating: Food: 22 | Decor: 19 | Service: 23 | Cost: $34

Terzo Piano

Why? Terzo Piano gets my award for best restaurant inside a museum (the fantastic Art Institute of Chicago). Rating: Food: 22 | Decor: 25 | Service: 22 | Cost: $48

Hungry yet? Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter to win a $50 Zagat Dining Card. Entries are open to all readers through April 22, 2014. The more ways you enter, the better your chances of winning! Winner will be selected at random and contacted directly.

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Legal disclaimer: The Zagat Dining Card is accepted at participating Zagat-rated restaurants in New York City, District of Columbia (DC), Los Angeles and Chicago. The Zagat Dining Card program is managed by Smartbox Experience, Inc. and cards are issued by Sunrise Banks, Member FDIC. The Zagat mark, branding and content are owned by Google, Inc.

Blog disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Zagat Dining Card. I was compensated for this post but all opinions are my own.

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