To promote healthy eating, Mattison’s is hosting the “Healthy and Delicious Sweepstakes & Photo Contest” with over $1000 in prizes and multiple winners.
The contest runs from January 15th – February 28th. Each person entering will receive a $10 voucher to use at any Mattison’s
through March 31st, 2021.

Click Here to Enter

One of these prizes could be yours

Beers and Brats – Healthy and Delicious Niman Ranch products, Motorworks Brewing Company Products and Swag, VIP Craft Beer Tasting Experience, plus Mattison’s Swag, Chef Paul Mattison’s Cookbook and a Mattison’s $50 Gift Card.

Steaks and Swag – Healthy and Delicious Niman Ranch products, Chef Paul Mattison’s Cookbook, Bottle of Wine hand selected by Chef Paul, Mattison’s Swag and a Mattison’s $50 Gift Card.

Bacon and Bubbles Brunch Basket – Healthy and Delicious Niman Ranch products, Bottle of Champagne hand selected by Chef Paul, Champagne Glasses, Local Orange Juice, Chef Paul Mattison’s Cookbook, Mattison’s Swag and a Mattison’s $50 Gift Card.

Mattison’s Gift Card –  3 chances to win a $200 Mattison’s Gift Card!


For additional chances to win visit any Mattison’s Restaurant, order any dish featuring Niman Ranch, take a photo, and post on Facebook or Instagram with the hash tags #NimanRanch and #Mattisons.

Mattison’s proudly serves Niman Ranch products. Niman Ranch is a network of 740 small family farms across the U.S. All the farms adhere to Niman protocols of never, ever giving their animals antibiotics or hormones and treating the animals with the utmost humane care – enough to be Certified Humane by the ASPCA. These protocols result in ingredients that are healthy and delicious.

Sourcing local and sustainable ingredients from small family farms is the first thing Chef Paul considers when he looks at partnering with food suppliers and vendors. He explains, “What we put in our bodies has a direct correlation to how we feel, how we stay well and allowing us to build antibodies naturally, giving us better resiliency to viruses and disease.” He continues, “I think people want to know where the food they are consuming comes from, who is producing it and how it is raised and harvested. It is important to them and it is important to me and my team.”