Get $25 off every restaurant bill for one year now!

In a mission to innovate and harness the influence of Urban List on the buying power of 2.4 million people monthly across 20 channels, comes a new dining card, Urban feast.  The concept is simple.  By capitalising on the strong relationships the brand has with venues,  users pay $100 for the card and for a year receive $25 off the bill at participating restaurants!

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“Intrapreneurship is core to our culture, and I’m so proud of the team that brought Urban Feast to life”, says CEO and Founder, Susannah George.  “Three months ago, I put a challenge to them — to develop a product that our audience loves and inspires them to explore more of their city’s culture — and they’ve knocked it out of the park. Urban Feast is such a natural extension of our brand, a truly valued proposition for our audience, and a meaningful way to ensure we can all do more good while having a good time.”

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Participating restaurants include some of Australia’s best restaurateurs:

  • Sydney – Scout Sydney, nel., Long Chim, Hello Auntie and Pilu
  • Melbourne – Supernormal Canteen, Tokyo Tina, San Telmo, Lucy Liu and Gazi
  • Brisbane – Urbane, Phat Boy, E’cco Bistro, OTTO and Gerard’s Bar
  • Perth – The Flour Factory, Bib & Tucker, Bivouac, Hadiqa and Sauma

Each Urban Feast card sold will trigger a donation to The Hunger Project, with the goal of training 12,000 people about locally available, nutritious food through the program — changing the future of their families and communities.

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Click on image to make a donation or learn more

 

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