The Gastro Card team up with Birmingham Law Society
Dining deals for Law Society
Birmingham Law Society is offering its members the chance of exclusive dining out offers at almost 200 venues in the region.
The deal is s part of its membership benefits initiative which will be coming up with a series of great deals over the next few months.
This month the Society has teamed up with The Gastro Card, the Midlands’ leading dining card, to offer members the chance of a year of exclusive, money-saving offers at venues ranging from Michelin-starred restaurants to country inns, superb hotels and gastro pubs throughout the region.
Free wine, two-for-one offers and discounts of up to 20% are just some of the things that Gastro card holders can benefit from.
The Gastro Card only partners with restaurants that have been highly recommended and, in many cases, these places are actually visited by members of The Gastro Card team to ensure quality is of the highest level.
In Birmingham partner restaurants include Opus, Loves, Edmonds, Bank, Turners in Harborne, Simpsons in Edgbaston and Lasan in St Paul’s Square, while Nuthurst Grange in Hockley Heath, Peel’s in Hampton-in Arden, Hogarth’s in Dorridge, Malt Shovel in Barston, The Crab Mill in Preston Bagot and Petit Gourmand in Kenilworth highlight the quality of restaurants available throughout the Midlands.
Birmingham Law Society president Dean Parnell, said: “I see this association as important on a number of levels. Not only are we offering a fantastic opportunity for Birmingham Law Society members to benefit from brilliant discounts at some of the leading restaurants both in this region and elsewhere, it is also encouraging more people to visit these outstanding establishments.
“We should be proud of what this region has to offer and our network of top notch restaurants is jus one example of this”.
One of the men behind The Gastro Card, Trevor Land, explained: “We are delighted to make this offer to members of the Birmingham Law Society. We are sure its members will take advantage of the reduced-price card and will really benefit from using it over the next 12 months.”