The Key West Woman’s Club’s 15th annual Restaurant and Theater Tour Card for 2020-21 is now available. Despite the hardships imposed on service industries by the COVID-19 pandemic, 34 area restaurants have opted to participate in this year’s program.
The card offers buy one, get one entrée deals at restaurants ranging from fine dining to casual waterfront eateries, giving diners the opportunity to visit old favorites and explore new ones, along with discounted tickets for theater companies including the Red Barn Theatre, Waterfront Playhouse, Fringe Theater, the Key West Theater and The Studios of Key West.
The cards, which are effective until Sept. 30, 2021, are available at the Custom House Museum, 281 Front St.; Fort East Martello Museum, 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd.; Lady Nails, 2720 N. Roosevelt Blvd.; Key West Mad Hatter, 253 Front St.; Curry Mansion Inn, 511 Caroline St.; Guild Hall Gallery, 614 Duval St.; and Amri Key West, 1204 Simonton St.
Among the charities benefitting are the Bahama Village Music Program, Cooking with Love, Domestic Abuse Shelter, Friends of the Library, Keys 2 Swim, Literary Volunteers – Monroe County Inc., MARC House, Silver Liners, Special Olympics Monroe County and Wesley House Family Services.
Key West Woman’s Club, a volunteer service organization established in 1915, helps Key West and Monroe County non-profits with ongoing contributions from the sales of the Restaurant Card and other fundraising activities. Since 1940 the group has made its home in the historic Hellings House at 319 Duval St.
More information is available from Susan Mitchell, 740-274-9091, or at the Key West Woman’s Club’s Facebook page.