Oregon Travel / Food: Savor Springfield Returns With Delicious Results



Oregon Travel / Food: Savor Springfield Returns With Delicious Results

Published 08/29/2019 at 7:33 PM PDT
By OREGON TRAVEL DAILY STAFF

Oregon Travel / Food: Savor Springfield Returns With Delicious Results

(Springfield, Oregon) – Eugene, Oregon's little sister, Springfield, is seeing something big and delicious returning to the town. Savor Springfield kicks off again on August 29, enabling visitors and residents alike to celebrate all that is scrumptious in the realms of food and drink in Springfield. You pick up a Savor Springfield Passport at any of the eight participating businesses and then visit the various restaurants, coffee shops, breweries, taphouses and the one distillery to get a stamp. These can later be redeemed for fun stuff.

The kick-off party at Dark & Stormy (420 Main Street) happened August 29, and the entire program runs until September 27.

Free to participants, the Savor Springfield passport will only be valid from August 29 through September 27. Participating businesses will stamp their location on the passport and, once 8 stamps are collected (no purchase necessary), participants may redeem their passport for a commemorative Savor Springfield glass at the PublicHouse.

Collect 15 or more stamps and bring your completed passport to the PublicHouse celebration on Friday, September 27 from 4 - 10 p.m. Live music, great food and drinks, and prizes will be given away to lucky people who turn in a completed Savor Springfield passport. Prize drawings will be held at 6:30 p.m. and you must be present to win.

You can see the full layout of the program at Savor Springfield webpage.








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