Races inspire Monday food deals, Restaurant Appreciation Day

Oggi’s Pizza ‘n’ Ponies
The public is invited to pick up “Pizza ‘n’ Ponies” coupons at any Southern California Oggi’s Pizza & Brewing Co. restaurant. The coupons, which cost $10, grant track visitors grandstand admission, a program, pizza and a soft drink on any Monday, beginning July 21 through Sept. 1. The coupons must be presented at the Stretch Run Admission Gates.

Restaurant/Bar Appreciation Day
July 21 is Restaurant/Bar Appreciation Day at the races. Industry folks must have an invitation to attend. Invitations are available through Crest Beverage or Young’s Market. The day includes free food and live music in the Infield Pacific Pavilion.

More information: www.dmtc.com.

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