Dine CityLine Rewards Program

If you haven’t made your way to CityLine yet, you’re missing out on something big.

Conveniently nestled in the southeast corner of Central Expressway and President George Bush Turnpike, the shiny, new 186-acre mixed-use development is home to offices (hello, State Farm), apartments, restaurants, public services (think spas and salons) and well-manicured outdoor spaces. The development is still very much underway, with an Aloft hotel coming in early 2017, as well as a movie theater and much more in the coming year.

But one thing you can do now at CityLine is eat. Boy, can you eat. Although many Planoites haven’t visited CityLine yet, there are already 24 eateries open, with four more poised to open before the end of 2016. That’s almost 30 reasons to check out CityLine.

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To showcase the variety of dining in the neighborhood, CityLine has announced the Dine CityLine dining rewards program. The program runs through December 31, 2016.

Here’s how it works:
1. Pick up your Dine CityLine Passport at any participating restaurant. Or print your own here.
2. When you dine at a participating CityLine restaurant, collect a stamp on your passport.
3. The first 250 people with 10+ stamps will receive a $20 Whole Foods market gift card.
4. All passports with 10+ stamps will be entered to win one of 20 gift card prizes valued up to $100.

Restaurants participating in the Dine CityLine program:
CityLine Kitchen (which is actually comprised of several smaller eateries only open for breakfast and lunch)
Coal Vines
Edoko Sushi & Robata
Fernando’s (due to open this fall)
Fish City Grill
Good Union Urban BBQ
Jimmy John’s
Luna Grill  (due to open this fall)
Modern Market
Nestlé® Toll House® Café by Chip®
Pho is for Lovers (due to open this fall)
Red Mango
Pei Wei
Piada Italian Street Food
Super Chix
Taco Diner
Top Pot Doughnuts
Tricky Fish (due to open this fall)

Full details on the Dine CityLine program are available at CityLine’s website.

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