UPDATED: August 11, 2016

The Breckenridge Restaurant Association (BRA) will again offer the fall Dining Passport Sept. 26 – Nov. 17 , a discount booklet offering specials at dozens of Breckenridge restaurants.

The passports are offered spring and fall in Breckenridge and provide information on dining specials (which vary per restaurant) and restaurant closures. Check out the information from the fall Dining Passport below and be sure to check back for updated information about the Spring Dining Passport with individual restaurants for reservations, details and closures.

Pick up a Passport for a $10 donation at participating restaurants and the Breckenridge Welcome Center (203 S. Main Street, 877-864-0868). Specials run as late as Nov. 17 but vary per restaurant.

This fall, the Passport supports Summit County Cares, which includes the Summit Community Care Clinic, Summit FIRC, Advocates for Victims of Assault and Summit County Social Services.

In the past, proceeds have supported scholarships awarded to local students by the Breckenridge Restaurant Association, which awarded some $20,000 in scholarships in 2015 alone. The passport program is just one of the ways in which the Breckenridge Restaurant Association and its members give back to the community.

Participating restaurants include:

A fundraiser that coincides with the “2-for-1” off-season specials that many locals know and love, the Dining Passport offers specials at restaurants throughout Breckenridge. Photo by Carl Scofield

A fundraiser that coincides with the “2-for-1” off-season specials that many locals know and love, the Dining Passport offers specials at restaurants throughout Breckenridge. Photo by Carl Scofield

The Dining Passport was designed as a fundraiser to coincide with the “2-for-1” off-season specials that many locals have come to expect. Past proceeds have benefited the BRA scholarship program for local students, Summit County Cares, and others.

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