A group of local restaurants will donate 25 percent of sales on Sept. 8 to relief efforts related to the recent flooding in the Baton Rouge area.
Restaurants participating in Dine out for Louisiana
will donate 25 percent of their sales from Sept. 8 to Second Harvest Food Bank
to provide relief related to recent flooding in the Baton Rouge area.
“Too many of us know firsthand the heartbreak of losing everything, the trauma of being displaced and the overwhelming task of picking up the pieces,” wrote organizer Beth Sherwood of Bayona
(430 Dauphine St., 504-525-4455). “Eleven years ago, Baton Rouge had our backs, offering shelter and support. Now, it is our turn to help our neighbors to get back on their feet.”
Other participating restaurants include Ancora
, Apolline, Brown Butter
, Cafe Degas
, High Hat Caf
e, Joey K’
s, La Boca
, Mondo, Nirvana, Pagoda Caf
e, Riccobono’s Peppermill, Primitivo
, Salon by Sucre,
the Steamboat Natchez
and Taj Mahal.
For more information, visit the website here.
Restaurants interested in participating can email email@example.com.