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By Andrea Swayne
Grab your Trolley Hop mug and join the celebration.
Having met ridership goals set for the free Dana Point PCH Trolley this summer, the city has announced it will be returning next summer with open-air trolleys and operating seven days a week.
In an effort to thank participants of the Dana Point Lantern District Alliance’s Trolley Hop program—a Sunday restaurant/pub crawl where riders with a Trolley Hop mug enjoy food and drink discounts at participating bars and restaurants— and celebrate this win for the city, the DPLDA has planned an end-of-summer Trolley Hop Finale on Sunday, Sept. 6 from noon to 8 p.m.
Participating locations will offer food and drink specials for patrons riding the trolley and in possession of a Trolley Hop mug. For those that don’t already have one, the few remaining mugs can be purchased at Luxe Restaurant & Martini Bar or online at www.danapointlda.com.