BRYAN, Texas — Destination Bryan is putting together a new way to support local Bryan-College Station restaurants while also promoting international awareness and cuisine.
The Brazos Valley Worldfest Restaurant Passport is a free program for your mobile device that includes more than 12 local businesses who offer international cuisine in Bryan-College Station.
No apps are required. All you have to do is click discover.destinationbryan.com, where you can sign-up for the restaurant passport. A link will be sent to your phone, which will then open the passport and direct you to add an icon to your home screen on your device so you can access the passport anytime.
“With Brazos Valley Worldfest going virtual this year, we still wanted to give the residents of the Brazos Valley a chance to learn about countries and cultures through their foods,” said manager of Brazos Valley Worldfest Kim Fox in a release. “By offering this passport program in conjunction with local restaurants, we are able to connect with the community in a way we haven’t been able to do previously.”
The passport will be active from October 8-October 25, but you can sign up starting Monday Sept. 28.
After you've received your passport, you can put each restaurant’s unique check-in code to document your visit and receive special discounts and savings.
“We’re excited to get this virtual passport into the hands of local residents and visitors,” said marketing manager for Destination Bryan Chris Riggins in the release. “This is a great opportunity for everyone to explore the community, hopefully try something new, and support our local restaurant industry all at the same time."
If your restaurant highlights international cuisine and wishes to be a part of the passport program, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to talk to Destination Bryan about being included in the program.