Passport To Fine Dining In Bermuda

November 25, 2011

Bermuda’s Total Marketing & Communications Limited [TMC] and Gosling Brothers Ltd. today [Nov. 25] announced the start of the 2011-2012 Passport to Taste — the credential for fine dining on the island.

Steve Marklew, president & CEO of TMC said, “After the success of our 2010/11 Passport to Taste (PT) First Edition, we are excited to announce the 2011/12 Passport to Taste Second Edition.

The second edition will have 14 participating restaurants that will offer fabulous gastronomic dishes that feature meats from the US Meat Export Federation and cheeses from the US Dairy Export Council.

“In addition to the food, Goslings will be featuring a wonderful selection of 16 wines.”

For residents to participate is really simple. They can collect a free passport from one of several key locations. They will be available from each of Gosling’s retail stores, Bermuda Gas showrooms, TMC’s offices, and also from any of the participating restaurants.

Once they have their passport all they have to do is present it to the restaurant’s Maître D or member of staff upon arriving.

They then order any meal and one of the featured wines and receive their stamp.

All Passport holders with at least one stamp will receive a discount coupon good for a future purchase at the Gosling’s Wine Store; participants that have collected 12 stamps will be eligible for the Grand Drawing. This year there are a wonderful selection of prizes, provided by our sponsors namely Goslings, Bermuda Gas as well as special restaurant gift certificates.

For a full list of participating restaurants, the public can visit the new web site at www.passporttotaste.bm.

Restaurants have also published their recipes for people to see and copy. The full rules of participation are also available on the web site as well as in the actual passport.

The event will run from November 23, 2011 through April 20, 2012 and will culminate with the grand draw at the closing cocktail reception at Gosling’s Wine Cellar.

In closing Mr. Marklew said, “We are very grateful to our sponsors and the participating restaurants without whom, this would not be possible.

“It will be a great way for people to try different dishes and experience Bermuda’s great hospitality at some Bermuda’s finest restaurants.”

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  1. Bda Jayme says:

    But ……. don’t check the website – because it itsn’t completed – guess they are still sampling the great wines from Goslings.