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THE MOXIE’S CORPORATE GIFT CARD ORDER PROCESS

1. Get Approved:

Register for an account and specify if you would like the discount incentive or the bonus card incentive. After you register, we will review your business or organization, and notify you by email when your account has been approved and provide instructions on logging in and making a purchase.

Account reviews typically take 2-3 business days.

2. Select a gift card type and design:

We are pleased to offer physical and digital gift card purchasing options.

3. Enter denomination and quantity:

You can choose denominations between $25, $50, $75, $100 and $150. Please note that there is a 10 card minimum for physical orders and total order cannot exceed $10,000.

4. Enter delivery details:

Physical gift card orders can be shipped throughout Canada and the USA. For card security, physical gift cards will be shipped inactive and must be activated by you through our ordering portal once they are received.

eGift Card orders will be delivered electronically within 1 business day of payment receipt and processing, or they can be scheduled for delivery up to a year in advance.

Questions?

The Moxie’s gift card team is available to answer any questions you may have regarding your order or account setup. Please email gc@eatzhospitality.com with any questions or concerns.

A Perfect Pair.

Just like wine and food, Kim and Brandon bring out the best in each other.

Some combinations are a no-brainer: peanut butter and jelly, cookies and milk, or cheese and crackers. A classic tabletop pair is wine with dinner. Some insist that a good pair is simply any wine that you’d enjoy on its own, however, even the most limited experience will reveal that some wines go better with specific foods.

In The Kitchen

The science of it is simple, wines with more pronounced tannins taste more astringent and bitter so they pair best with foods higher in lipids and protein. The butteriness of a steak goes extraordinarily well with a bold red wine like a shiraz. The opposite is also true, a leaner protein like halibut would do well with a sweeter white wine like chardonnay. The opposition of the food and the wine improve upon each other, just as it does with Kim and Brandon.

"If I've got him on board I know I'm on the right track"

When you first meet this pair it’s easy to identify outgoing and animated Executive Chef Brandon Thordarson from the more understated and steady Beverage Director Kim Spence. They complement each other well by staying focused on their area of expertise while always knowing what the other is up to. Brandon gives Kim a jumping off place for new or feature wines, while Kim often inspires Brandon with a new bottle he’s recently discovered. 

 

 

Discover what to pair with dinner tonight in this handy chart: http://winefolly.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/wine-and-food-pairing-chart.png

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