Savor The Couve continues to help businesses and nonprofits – ClarkCountyToday.com

All meals through the end of February can be pre-ordered at ShopGVChamber.com

The takeaway food collaboration “Savor the Couve” went into week 10, raising more than $ 77,000 for local restaurants and nonprofits in the greater Vancouver area and delivering hundreds of dinners. The Greater Vancouver Chamber (GVC) encourages the community to continue supporting this program every Thursday through the end of February.

Meals, consisting of two prepared cocktails, wine or microbrewery, starters, soup and salad, starters (including a side dish) and desserts, are prepared in reusable containers and wrapped in an insulated bag to maintain temperatures, and in the drive-through Style distributed to a specified location. Photo courtesy Greater Vancouver Chamber

Produced by GVC and Visit Vancouver Washington, Savor the Couve has been collaborating with 35 local restaurants since November 2021 to serve up to 150 five-course meals for two each week, with each order curated and prepared for take-away enjoyment Them for $ 125. $ 25 of every order purchased will be donated to another nonprofit in the area. Meals, consisting of two prepared cocktails, wine or microbrewery, starters, soup and salad, starters (including a side dish) and desserts, are prepared in reusable containers and wrapped in an insulated bag to maintain temperatures, and in the drive-through Style distributed to a specific place.

As an added benefit, ilani gives all orders a $ 20 for $ 20 Promotional Play Certificate for use in the casino. This ilani campaign runs until the end of February 2022.

Presented by ilani and supported by Columbia Credit Union, this 16-week program was brought back to popular demand after a successful opening year in 2020. Among the feedback from guests, one member of the community said, “Thank you for the idea of ​​Savor the Couve and making it work so well. I couldn’t believe how organized the ordering, ordering communication, and pickup were. And it was so much fun. This event also exposed us to restaurants that I didn’t know about. We really enjoyed our meal and a huge bonus was the donation to the park organization. Well done! “

For many companies, “Savor the Couve” was a lifeline to keep their doors open in the midst of the pandemic. “That gives us the opportunity to feed 300 people. And that’s 300 people who try our food who weren’t there before. This is meant. It’s amazing, ”said David White, co-owner of Hidden House Market.

All weeks through February 24th can be pre-ordered at ShopGVChamber.com. A culinary theme will be presented each week for the next seven weeks:

• Thursday January 13th: Back Yard BBQ

• Thursday January 20th: Hawaiian inspired

• Thursday January 27th: Latin inspires

• Thursday February 3rd: The best of Asia

• Thursday February 10th: Tailgate Week

• Thursday February 17th: Mardi Gras

• Thursday February 24th: Dinner by 2 staff highlighting women / colors

“The GVC is proud to be able to hold this event again together with our founding partners and sponsors in order to support the food and beverage sector in our business world. It’s exciting to see new guests buying meals, but also guests from last year who continue to buy their dinner every week, “said GVC President / CEO John McDonagh.

About Savor the Couve

Savor the Couve is a takeaway dinner at local restaurants created in response to the pandemic to support local restaurants and nonprofits. Each week, five restaurants will collaborate on up to 150 five-course meals for two for as little as $ 125. For every order purchased, $ 25 will be donated to another nonprofit in the area. Each week, Savor the Couve has six different restaurants, each offering one of the courses, introducing guests to flavors and restaurants they have never been to.

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