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Gift card specials in the neighborhood!

Gift cards are one of the easiest gifts to give that are sure to please! Here are some neighborhood restaurants offering gift card deals this holiday season.

Coppersmith
For everyone on your list who loves awesome food and cocktails and one of the best roof decks in the neighborhood, Coppersmith  is offering $10 bonus card for every $50 gift card purchase.

Pastoral
For the pizza and past lover on your list, when you purchase a $100 gift card to Pastoral in Fort Point, you’ll get a $10 bonus card!

The Smoke Shop
Ribs, pulled pork, cornbread and more! The Smoke Shop in Fort Point is offering $20 bonus cards for every $100 card you buy. The offer is valid for in-store purchases only through the end of the year. 

Paramount:
From hearty breakfasts, to giant salads and sophisticated dinners, a gift card to the Paramount will please everyone on your list.Enjoy a $20 gift card for every $100 spent. 

Kings Dining & Entertainment
At Kings the holiday motto is: Gift Memories, not Stuff! Purchase $75 in gift cards Receive $20 in Kings Dining & Entertainment Cards!
You can purchase Gift Cards online Click Here

Morton’s
For the person on your list you’d like to impress – a Morton’s gift card will do the trick.  For every $250 you spend on gift cards, you’ll receive a $50 rewards card to use in the new year!  For fine print/details visit here. 

Gift Cards for Good
 Yellow Door and Lower Mills Tavern are featuring a gift card special to help the Claddagh Fund!For every gift card purchased this holiday season (month of December) 10% of every gift card goes to the Claddagh Fund founded by the Dropkick Murphy’s to support worth, underfunded non-profits in our community! 
And since you’re gonna being picking up gift cards for the holiday season, it might as well be one that give back to the community!

Did we miss your favorite gift card deal?  Send it to maureendahill@gmail.com

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Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Hockey mom, yoga enthusiast, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.