Winter Park Village hosts dining deals during back-to-school Pokemon Go crawl

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Pikachu was spotted in front of Crispers on July 28. - PHOTO COURTESY WINTER PARK VILLAGE VIA FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Winter Park Village via Facebook
  • Pikachu was spotted in front of Crispers on July 28.
Thursday sounds like as good a day as any to get your back to school shopping done at Winter Park Village, and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., the restaurants at this shopping and dining district will be offering deals to save you money on food that you can then spend on school duds.

During the crawl, there will be six official PokeStops and if you post a photo at Winter Park Village using the hashtag #PokemonGoWPV, you'll be entered for a chance at some sweet prizes.



Here's a list of participating dining spots at Winter Park Village where you'll save the most dough during the crawl. Just mention that you're doing the Pokemon Go Crawl to redeem the offers. 

Menchie's Frozen Yogurt: 10 percent off frozen yogurt; 20 percent off toward a froyo cake purchase.



Pizzeria Valdiano: One free slice of cheese pizza with proof of social media tagging or check-in.

Tea and Tea: Buy one, get one 50 percent off on all fresh-brewed tea.

Another Broken Egg Cafe: One free order of biscuit beignets with purchase of an entrée.

Taps Restaurant Bar & Lounge: Complimentary house wine or select draft with any purchase of $10 or more (one per guest).

P.F. Chang's: Free appetizer with the purchase of an entrée.

Mitchell's Fish Market: Free appetizer with the purchase of an entrée.

Crispers: 10 percent off when you post a photo from inside Crispers, tag on social media and show at checkout. 

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