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Eire Dining Card joins Restaurant Association of Ireland

Discount Dining Card Bon Appétit Card joins forces with Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) to help Irish restaurants get more exposure nationally and internationally.

Improving business opportunities for Irish restaurants, Bon Appétit Card will also help locals benefit from great discounts at their favourite food hotspots.

Formed in 1970, RAI was created with the initial purpose of forming a strong lobby that would represent the industry at Government level on various issues from taxation to liquor licensing.

Thanks to the Association's efforts in 1986, VAT was reduced from 25% to 10%.

Today RAI represents more than 600 members in fine dining, casual dining, ethnic, family, Coffee Shops, Hotels and Pub restaurants.

Launched last year, Bon Appétit Card has been delivering amazing discounts for the most beautiful restaurants in Europe and will now offer the same service to Irish pub, hotels and restaurants.

Granting its very lucky members an up to 50% off discount, this new club for food lovers gives international diners the key to explore different restaurants without the burden of overpriced bills or, even worse, embarrassing vouchers.

After joining forces with Emirate NBD bank and bringing the very best Middle East 'cuisine' on board, Bon Appétit Card will now focus on Ireland establishing a strong network of gourmets, opportunity chasers and business entrepreneurs.

Speaking about the launch, Peter Ayo Marpuri said:

“We started Bon Appétit Card because we wanted to create a recession proof system for both restaurants and consumers. Thanks to our discounts, locals and travels have the chance to be more loyal to their favourite restaurants or just explore new ones; with the result of restaurants being able to continue trading in this tough economic times.”

With over 800 affiliated restaurants and many discounts at theme parks, golf clubs, theatre shows, musicals and so much more, this exclusive organisation knows exactly how to make its members happy and, always, on trend.

Bon Appétit Card is an international club and a shining card accepted nationally and internationally. Once bought, you won't have to buy anything else or print any other offers.
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