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Ocean Springs Chamber Unveils New Culinary Passport Program for Locals and Travelers


(Ocean Springs, MS) - Visit the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce-Main Street-Tourism Bureau’s Visitor Center for a guide to town, a walking map and a Culinary Passport to
experience some of the finest food and drink the Mississippi Gulf Coast has to offer.

 

With more than 100 places to eat and drink at in Ocean Springs, the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce-Main Street-Tourism Bureau has created a Culinary Trail Passport to help locals and visitors find their way through the variety of tasty places throughout town.

 

The Ocean Springs Culinary Passport is a culinary trail to help you discover the many dining and nightlife experiences of our vibrant town. From strolling along the downtown streets lined with historic live oaks hopping from one establishment to the next, enjoying live music, or indulging in the local seafood, tradition cuisine, tapas or cultural snacks and meals, Ocean Springs has you covered.

 

“This program was created to help provide our local restaurants and nightlife establishments more exposure”, says Cynthia Dobbs Sutton, executive director of the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce-Main Street-Tourism Bureau. “And, as a reward for having locals and travelers visit our restaurants, they get the opportunity to be rewarded with prizes throughout the year.”

 

Stop by the Ocean Springs Chamber Visitor Center located at 1000 Washington Avenue and grab an Ocean Springs Culinary Passport. Then, visit 10 participating restaurants and bars in Ocean Springs spending a minimum of $10 at each throughout the year, week or weekend. Have the server stamp your passport per visit. Collect 10 stamps from 10 different participating restaurants. When complete, drop off the passport to the Ocean Springs Chamber office to receive a free gift for dining with us in Ocean Springs. Passport holders who complete all requirements will also be entered for food related drawings throughout the year. Visit www.oceanspringschamber.com/culinarypassport for a complete list of participants.


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