Orland Park Unveils Dine Orland Park Program

Orland Park Unveils Dine Orland Park Program
Posted on 11/02/2020

dine opThe Village of Orland Park proudly announces Dine Orland Park, a program promoting Orland Park’s vast array of eateries. The goal of the program is to support food establishments in Orland Park that are impacted by the State’s restrictions on indoor dining.


“This is a difficult time for Orland Park’s restaurants,” said Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau. “Food establishments in Orland Park have shown true dedication by continuing to operate at some capacity while managing to keep employees and customers healthy and safe.”


Under the terms of the program, anyone submitting receipts over $100 (excluding tip) at any Orland Park eating establishment during the program period (November 6, 2020, through December 31, 2020) will be eligible for a $10 Visa® gift card. Dining purchases include dine-in, take-out, drive-thru, and delivery.


In order to claim the Visa® gift card, diners must submit sales receipts along with a completed Dine Orland Park Incentive rebate form, available at www.ShopOP.org, to Orland Park Village Hall, 14700 Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park, IL 60462 by January 31, 2021.  Purchases must be made at sales tax collecting dining establishments within the corporate limits of the Village of Orland Park.  There is a limit of one gift card per adult.  The incentive program is open to both residents and non-residents and is based on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.  The Dine Orland Park Visa® gift card is redeemable at any Orland Park business.


“Orland Park has always been the destination of choice for area diners,” said Pekau. “This program gives just one more reason to frequent Orland Park eating establishments by rewarding prospective diners who choose our community in which to enjoy a meal, entertain or order catering.”


“Dining local is a win-win for Orland Park,” said Pekau.  “Every dollar you spend in Orland Park helps Orland Park residents and businesses.  Local businesses provide jobs for local residents.  This has a trickle-down effect since owners and staff also shop locally, which further boosts our economy.  Dining local also generates more sales tax revenue.  One of the reasons that Orland Park has among the lowest municipal tax rates is because of our robust entertainment and dining sector.” 


More information about Dine Orland Park can be found at www.ShopOP.org. Questions can be emailed to shopop@orlandpark.org