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Restaurant Sell Sheet for Clients

What is it?
An opportunity for older adults to enjoy a nutritious meal and an outing at a local restaurant.

How does it work?
Individuals donate for tickets at Age Well to use at participating restaurants during specified times.

What restaurants?
The list is growing, a few of the participating restaurants include: The Abbey Pub & Restaurant, Mimmo’s, Ray’s Seafood, Dutch Mill, and more!

What is the donation?
Tickets are a suggested donation of $5 and are available at the Age Well office in Essex Junction.

Restaurant Ticket Program
Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers!)

What is the Restaurant Ticket Program? Age Well has contracted with several restaurants in Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle counties to offer a nutritious meal to people age 60 and over at participating restaurants. Individuals 60 years of age or older register and then donate for a ticket and dine at one of the restaurants with their family or friends on their own time.

How do I qualify for this program? You must be 60 years of age or older and you be registered with Age Well. The spouse of an eligible participant is also eligible regardless of age if both are attending.

Which customers are eligible? As Age Well is partially federally funded by the Older American’s Act, all people 60 years of age or older who attend a meal organized by Age Well are required to be registered once a year to adhere to federal guidelines. Registration consists of a short questionnaire about demographics, contact information, and a nutrition survey. They can be completed at the Age Well office or with any of our Nutrition Coordinators at the time you obtain your tickets.

How much are the tickets? The suggested donation is $5 per ticket.

How many times can I use theticket? Each ticket is valid for one meal only but there is no limit as to the number of tickets you can get.

Can I give myticket to afriend? Tickets are non-transferrable, non-refundable, and non- exchangeable. If your friend is registered with Age Well, you can pick up a ticket for them but it must be in their name.

Where can I get a ticket and/or get registered? The tickets are available at our Age Well office located at 76 Pearl St, Suite 201 Essex Junction, VT 05452 during regular business hours 8:3oam-4:3opm. You can also contact one of our Nutrition Coordinators in Addison County- Michelle Eastman 802-377-1419, Chittenden County – Pat Long 802-557-5484, and Franklin County – Emily Boccio 802-662-5264. Call the Helpline at 1-800-642-5n9 for specific locations.

Do the tickets have an expiration date? Tickets are valid for the duration of our fiscal year October – September. Current tickets must be used prior to September 30, 2019.

How do I know which restaurants are participating? When you receive your tickets you will be handed a list of participating restaurants including the dates and times Age Well tickets are honored. The information is also on our website at www.agewellvt.org.

What do I do when I get to the restaurant? Upon arrival present your Age Well ticket to your host or server. They will then give you the special Age Well menu which has been reviewed and is compliant with the Older American’s Act guidelines. All other members of your party will select from the regular menu at regular price. Substitutions are not allowed. Any extra items or substitutions ordered will be charged at full price.

Do I have toleave a tip? Gratuity is not included with your ticket. It’s up to you to tip your server.

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