Domain Northside restaurants featured on takeout bingo card

Jinya Ramen is one of 15 restaurants in Domain Northside featured on a takeout bingo card. (Courtesy Jinya Ramen)
Jinya Ramen is one of 15 restaurants in Domain Northside featured on a takeout bingo card. (Courtesy Jinya Ramen)

Jinya Ramen is one of 15 restaurants in Domain Northside featured on a takeout bingo card. (Courtesy Jinya Ramen)

Throughout April, diners who order takeout from select Domain Northside eateries will have the chance to win hundreds of dollars in gift cards at the beginning of May.

Domain Northside is running a promotion until the end of April to help support its restaurants and confectionaries. The retail and restaurant development has released a bingo card featuring more than a dozen local eateries to fill out.

On May 1, a drawing will be held for entries, and the selected winner will receive a $200 gift card to the Domain Northside restaurant of their choice. Three winners will be selected, according to Domain Northside.


Participants are instructed to take a screenshot of the bingo board shared out by Domain Northside. Once diners have eaten from five Domain Northside restaurants in a row on the bingo card, they are instructed to email the receipts to dnsmarketing@northwoodretail.com. This awards them entry into the gift card drawing.

"We launched the promotion two weeks ago and have already seen a great amount of engagement with our followers. At the end of the day, our goal is two-fold: help our restaurants and provide delicious dining options to our guests while they are practicing safe social distancing and spending more time at home," said Alison Goodman, senior marketing director at Northwood Retail, in an email to Community Impact Newspaper. "In this time of uncertainty, food can provide a great comfort. We want to support our restaurants while making it fun for people who choose to dine with us from the comfort of their homes."

The following restaurants are featured in Domain Northside’s takeout bingo promotion:
By Iain Oldman
Iain Oldman joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after spending two years in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he covered Pittsburgh City Council. His byline has appeared in PublicSource, WESA-FM and Scranton-Times Tribune. Iain worked as the reporter for Community Impact Newspaper's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition and is now working as the editor for the Northwest Austin edition.


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