Gogo Passes Giveaway – 4 for the Holidays

I am in Apia, Somoa, land of big smiles and big people. The marching band for the for daily flag raising in front of Government House even played Christmas tunes.

I have some holiday cheer to share in the form of 4 Gogo flight passes, expiring 12/31/15. One each to 4 lucky travelers drawn at random from valid entries.

Recommend what restaurant we should try in your hometown. Deadline for comment is Friday, December 11 at 23:59 EST.

Comment email field must contain valid email address for potential winners to receive notification. A potential winner will be selected at random and notified by email on Saturday, December 12 and posted here. A valid email address in the comment form is required to notify the potential winner who must respond to accept by Monday, December 14 at 23:59 EST.


The draw goes to (#27 and #28 excluded for late entry):

#19, James, who recommends Young’s Lobster pound, Belfast, ME, which I heartily endorse from visits the past two summers.

Gogo Pass 1 12Dec15#5, Matt E, who recommends Townsman in Boston:Gogo Pass 2 12Dec15

#11, Deanna who recommends Mezza Notte in Albany, NY for homemade Italian, highlighting the rabbit ragu:
Gogo Pass 3 12Dec15

#7, Angie, who recommends the pho at Than Brothers in Seattle:Gogo Pass 4 12Dec15

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  • Ben Hause

    Tinucci’s in Newport, MN

  • Jeremy

    When in Miami, SUGARCANE Raw Bar and Grill is a must. Full of eclectic small plates, plus sushi and robata-grill items as well as amazing out-of-the-box drinks, this “islandy” spot should definitely be in your list.
    I highly recommend you try their, Bacon-wrapped dates, goat cheese croquettes with membrillo marmalade, crunchy tuna roll and for desert you can’t miss their Nutella Sundae.

    Oh and did I mention their brunch?

  • Robyn

    In Seattle – Staple & Fancy

  • Rich T.

    Heirloom Market BBQ in Atlanta – fantastic mash-up of southern smoked meats and Korean ingredients. Like the Korean BBQ Sandwich with Kimchee cole slaw

  • Matt E.

    Come up to Boston and check out Townsman, really solid!

  • Luke US

    If you ever come to Pittsburgh, you should try the famous Primanti Bros restaurant! 🙂

  • Angie

    If you like Vietnamese pho, try Than Brothers in Seattle.

  • Ty

    Atlanta, GA requires a visit to Fox Bros. BBQ… or maybe the Colonnade. Don’t make me choose!

  • GetToThePoints


  • Aaron

    Eugene, OR — can’t miss the beer scene. Falling Sky Brewing for food, too.

  • Deanna

    Mezza Notte in Albany, NY
    Nothing like homemade italian food in NY — try the Rabbit Ragu!

  • Ben

    If you’re ever in Philly, skip the tourist traps (Pat’s and Geno’s), and head to By George or Campos for a proper cheesesteak!

  • Chris

    New Orleans restaurants. Where do I start? How about something off the beaten track: Dat Dog.

  • Jean

    Portland City Grill in Portland, Oregon. Bar is enagetic, both dining room and the bar has great view, and food has Asian touch.

  • Jill

    Pick me please!

  • David L

    If you’re ever in Anaheim CA, try Ma’s Chinese Islamic restaurant. It’s not like any other Chinese food.

  • Ignacio

    Doggi’s Arepas in Miami

  • Michael

    Oriental Market
    West Palm Beach, FL

    Best Thai food at best price by authentic Thai cook.

  • James

    Young’s Lobster pound, Belfast, ME

  • Joanna

    Bianca in NYC-, amazing yet simple, delicious italian with incredible prices

  • Samuel

    Shangrila, Watertown

  • Rapid Travel Chai

    @James – Captain Seaweed!

  • Tyler Q

    I love the Slanted Door in San Francisco!

  • Paul

    in Washington DC, go to Penn Commons on 6th St, next to the Verizon Center. it is our new favorite spot.

  • corinne

    El Camino in Delray Beach!!

  • Michael Manna

    The Rivue restaurant in the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY. Amazing revolving restaurant on the 25th floor overlooking the Ohio River waterfront and downtown Louisville! Especially great at Christmas time!

  • Chris

    Jose Tejas in Woodbridge, NJ. Best Tex-Mex in the state, hands down. Never a slow time for that restaurant. Not too far from the JC area. I don’t have a need for the passes, just give it to the next person.

  • mark

    Great Tapas at Jamonera in the 13th Street Restaurant District in Center City Philadelphia.