Holiday Cheer at Urban FarmerTuesday, December 18, 2018
Urban Farmer, Cleveland’s Steakhouse, Cleveland, OH
Holiday Cheer at Urban Farmer
Visit us in December and Earn Farm Dollars to spend at our restaurant
It’s the perfect time of year to express our gratitude to our loyal guests and also, welcome new ones.
At Urban Farmer this month, we’re offering everyone the opportunity to earn Farm Dollars by simply enjoying our delicious local farm-to-table food and wonderful drinks and cocktails.
Anytime, during any visit from Dec. 1 – Dec. 31, our guests can earn one Farm Dollar for every $10 they spend. Then, in January and February, these Farm Dollars can be applied for cash value toward any food or drink purchase in the restaurant.
It’s our way of rewarding you for coming back again and again – or inviting you to try us for the first time. It’s also a great opportunity for guests to try something new.
Never tried our Meatless Monday feature? Stop by to enjoy a warm winter soup and salad.
Hankering for a hearty steak? Bring a friend and stop by for our fine grass-fed or grain-finished beef, which is purchased from local farms and butchered in-house.
Or maybe you want to get in from out of the cold after a long day at work downtown. Stop by and relax in our comfortable, cozy lounge and enjoy a warm winter cocktail with our popular charcuterie and cheese boards.
Of course, we know our guests have their favorite dishes, too, so our Farm Dollars can also be used to enjoy them more often.
What sets up apart from most other steakhouses is that we source our beef through our partnerships with different local farmer and ranchers. This allows our guests the opportunity to try different cuts and breeds they might have never tried.
Sourcing locally not only provides more variety and fresher-tasting food, it also benefits our regional economy. Raising beef is an intensive job, which supports a lot of families in our area.
So, come in from out of the cold and warm up with us this month. It’s our way of saying thanks for your loyalty and in turn, thanking our local farmers for their hard work.