Thursday, June 16, 2011
Deagan's Bike Night with Century Cycles begins tonight!
Deagan's Kitchen & Bar and Century Cycles are teaming up to host Deagan's Bike Night every Thursday starting tonight through October 13. Just ride your bicycle to Deagan's Kitchen & Bar in Lakewood on Thursdays anytime from 5pm to close to receive 15% off your food and drink bill, plus enter to win a brand-new Raleigh Detour Deluxe commuter bicycle from Century Cycles.
Bicycle every week for more chances to win a great bike and to save on every item on Deagan’s award-winning gastropub menu. Also mark your calendar to bike to the Deagan's Bike Night Finale Party on Thursday, October 13, to celebrate a fun summer of cycling and to draw winners for the grand prize bike and other great prizes. (Must be present to win.)
“We personally love to ride our bikes anywhere and everywhere possible, so we’re thrilled to be having our own bike night here at Deagan’s,” said Daniel Deagan and Erika Wolfe, owners of Deagan’s Kitchen & Bar.
Deagan's Kitchen & Bar (http://www.deagans.com/) recently won Best New Restaurant, Best Gastropub, and Best Service in Cleveland Magazine's Silver Spoon Awards. It is located in the heart of Lakewood at 14810 Detroit Avenue. Century Cycles (http://www.centurycycles.com/) was named Best Bike Shop by the readers of Cleveland Magazine and West Shore Live Well, and it has stores in Rocky River, Peninsula, and Medina.
“Bicycling to your favorite places to eat and drink makes a summer night out even more fun,” said Scott Cowan, owner of Century Cycles. “We’re elated to partner up with Deagan’s to give people some great incentives to ride their bikes and enjoy a terrific meal.”
The Deagan’s Bike Night grand prize, the Raleigh Detour Deluxe ($819.99), is a perfect bicycle for urban wandering to Deagan’s and all over town. It's a fully-outfitted commuter bike that has a smooth steel frame, easy-rolling 700c wheels, and a simple-to-operate Shimano 8-speed internal drivetrain. The Raleigh Detour Deluxe bicycle comes ready to roll with front and rear lights powered by a generator in the front hub, metal fenders for those rainy-day rides, alloy platform pedals that don’t require fancy shoes, and even a bell to let folks know you’re coming.
See you on Thursday nights at Deagan's!
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