Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Dining Out for Life

Posted By on Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 1:22 PM


On Thursday, April 24th, participating area restaurants have pledged to donate a portion of their sales from the day to Friends for Life, which provides food, housing, education, and support services to people living with HIV/AIDS. Friends for Life also offers free HIV testing.

Here's a list of restaurants taking part in the annual national "Dining Out for Life" event. Some are giving a portion sales from all meals, and others are opting to give from just lunch or just dinner sales.

Chez Philippe — Donating 100% Dinner
The Elegant Farmer — Donating 50% Dinner
Grawemeyer's — Donating 50% Lunch, Dinner
Imagine Vegan Cafe — Donating 50% Lunch, Dinner
Rizzos Diner — Donating 50% Dinner
Stone Soup Cafe and Market — Donating 50% Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch
Alchemy — Donating 25% Dinner
Amerigo — Donating 25% Dinner
Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen — Donating 25% Dinner
Bari Ristorante — Donating 25% Dinner
Bayou Bar and Grill — Donating 25% Lunch
Beauty Shop Restaurant — Donating 25% Dinner
Bogie's Deli — Donating 25% Lunch
Cafe' Eclectic-Midtown — Donating 25% Lunch
Cafe' Society — Donating 25% Lunch, Dinner
Celtic Crossing — Donating 25% Lunch, Dinner
Cooper St. 20/20 — Donating 25% Dinner
Cozy Corner BBQ — Donating 25% Dinner
Felicia Suzanne's — Donating 25% Dinner
The Four Way Restaurant — Donating 25% Dinner
The Green Beetle — Donating 25% Lunch
Hog and Hominy — Donating 25% Lunch, Dinner
McEwen's Memphis — Donating 25% Dinner
Mollie Fontaine Lounge — Donating 25% Dinner
Molly's La Casita — Donating 25% Dinner
Mulan Asian Bistro — Donating 25% Lunch
R.P. Tracks — Donating 25% Lunch, Dinner
Restaurant Iris — Donating 25% Dinner
SkiMo's — Donating 25% Dinner
Central BBQ (Central) — Donating 10% Dinner
Central BBQ (Downtown) — Donating 10% Dinner
Central BBQ (Summer) — Donating 10% Dinner
Next Door — Donating 10% Dinner
Southward Fare and Libations — Donating 10% Dinner
Sweet Grass — Donating 10% Dinner

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