Atlanta Restaurant Community Doing Their Part

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In the wake of the damage of Hurricane Harvey, the Atlanta restaurant community is doing their part to help those affected. We have gathered together a list of spots in the Atlanta area that are fundraising for the cause. Also, as Hurricane Irma approaches we will update this post as other events are added in the near future.

Ford Fry Restaurants

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In support of those affected by Hurricane Harvey, chef Ford Fry will support his Houston-based State of Grace restaurant with a percentage of proceeds from Atlanta signature dishes directly benefiting Harvey relief efforts.  Each restaurant will donate a portion of proceeds from the below favorites in support of one of their own:

JCT Kitchen

“Lone Star 75” cocktail (a take on the classic French 75) featuring Tito’s Vodka & sparkling wine

no. 246

cacio e pepe spaghetti with black pepper, parmesan, and butter                                                                                                                                                +

“Show Me the Mooney” cocktail with larceny bourbon, fig,

aged balsamic and orange bitters

The Optimist  

crispy Spanish octopus appetizer served with spicy honey, caper remoulade and “pickles”


“Cooler than Cool” cocktail with house-infused cucumber gin, Genépy des Alpes, lemon, sea salt and Creature Comforts Athena Berliner Weisse

King + Duke 

Hushpuppies appetizer, pimento cheese, country ham and sweet pepper jelly

St Cecilia  

cacio e pepe tagliolini with pecorino, parmigiano reggiano and pepper

Superica Krog

“Wildcard” cocktail with Deep Eddy Ruby Red, lime juice, grapefruit juice & ginger syrup

Superica Buckhead

“Under the Volcano” cocktail with Mescal, luxardo, simple syrup, lime, grapefruit and jalapeno


“Ancho Sour” with Ancho Reyes, Jimador Reposado, lemon juice, simple syrup, egg white and mole bitters


truffle Popcorn + parmesan


“Fish House Punch” with rum, brandy, Leopold’s peach whiskey, lemon, black tea and sugar


“State of Grace” cocktail – a Tito’s Vodka martini with house bitters

Truck & Tap

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Truck & Tap is partnering with Distinguished Transport, LLC to collect items for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Bring any item (think canned goods and non-perishables like toiletries or blankets) and receive 50% off your first beer. The truck heads to Houston next week, so bring your items by Wednesday, September 13th!


Ba Bellies

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Ba Bellies will be cooking up “Texas Chili with Scallion Cornbread” from Sept. 11 – Sept 16.  We will donate 100% of proceeds (Dine In and Take Out) to Feeding Texas.

Fumi Sushi

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Come to Fumi Sushi for lunch or dinner on Sunday, September 17, 2017. All sales will be donated to those affected by Hurricane Harvey and also Hurricane Irma. Great Food. Great Times. Great Cause!!

Double Dragon

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Double Dragon in Decatur will donate 100 percent of proceeds from soup sales (dine in or take out) through Sunday, Sept. 10 to Feeding Texas, a non-profit that assists with state and federal relief efforts. Double Dragon co-owner Michael Lo, who went to school in Texas, said he hopes to sell 1,000 bowls of soup by Sept. 10.

Eclipse Di Luna

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Both Eclipse di Luna locations in Buckhead and Dunwoody will donate all proceeds from the sales of Bacardi mojitos to the American Red Cross from Tuesday, Sept. 5-Sunday, Sept. 10.

Taverna Pizzeria and Risotteria

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Located in The Shops Buckhead Atlanta at 280 Buckhead Ave. Taverna Pizzeria Risotteria will donate 20 percent of all food sales from Monday, Sept. 11-Thursday, Sept. 14 to the American Red Cross.


The Dunwoody Restaurant Group

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The Dunwoody Restaurant Group which owns Ye Olde Dunwoody Tavern, O’Brians Tavern and King George Tavern in Dunwoody; The Royal Oak Pub and The Ship & Anchor Pub in Sandy Springs; The Iron Horse Tavern in Norcross; and The Bat & Ball Pub in Brookhaven — will donate 10 percent of all sales from opening until 10 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 10 to the American Red Cross to support in the aid of the catastrophic conditions in Houston as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

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