Not content to just sit by and watch as Houston is ravaged by flood waters after Hurricane Harvey, Dallas restaurants are springing into action to raise money for people affected by the storms.
Starting today, Eater is keeping a running list of restaurants, bars, and other food businesses that are raising cash or collecting donations for flood victims. For folks who want to help but aren’t sure where to start, use this list as a guide. As an added bonus, many of these restaurants are offering perks to generous donors.
Kate Weiser Chocolate — Until Friday, both Trinity Groves and Northpark locations will accept donations of bottled water. For every case donated, Weiser will reward that generosity with a free two-piece box of chocolates.
Emporium Pies — Need to pick up a slice of pie? Before heading to Deep Ellum, Bishop Arts, or McKinney, grab a few packages of diapers and baby wipes for donation at Emporium Pies. All donations will be delivered to shelters for distribution.
Monkey King Noodle Company — Both Carrollton and Deep Ellum locations will collect new underwear, toiletries and feminine hygiene products, diapers and baby wipes, and bottled water. Donations will be distributed to Trusted World.
#DTX4HTX — Online publication Central Track is currently organizing a city-wide fundraiser involving restaurants, bars, clubs, and other venues to donate a portion of proceeds from sales on Wednesday, September 6. Black Swan Saloon, The Independent Bar + Kitchen, and Easy Slider, and City Tavern have already signed up to participate, more restaurants will be added in the coming days.
The Eberhard — On Thursday, August 31, The Eberhard will serve up cheap drinks with a portion of proceeds going directly to charity.
Cane Rosso — Along with donating 100% of sales from the chain’s Deep Ellum location on Tuesday, Cane Rosso is also raffling off a card that entitles one lucky donor to a year of free pizza in exchange for a $50 donation.
Nora — This Lower Greenville institution will donate 25% of proceeds from all dinner sales on Tuesday, August 29 to the American Red Cross.
Happiest Hour — On Wednesday, August 30 Happiest Hour will host a fundraiser happy hour with drink specials and a portion of proceeds benefitting hurricane relief charities from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Happiest Hour will also collect toiletries, baby formula, wipes, diapers, and other needed supplies for transport to Houston.
Sandwich Hag — Starting on Wednesday,…