March 29, 2016
Dining Out for Life returns to Philly on Thursday, April 14. Just by going out to eat, make a difference to those living with HIV and AIDS. Two hundred participating restaurants will each donate 33 percent of their day’s food sales directly to ActionAIDS, which provides education, prevention and support services.
Some restaurants will be donating a percentage of beverage sales, too. Yards Brewing Co. even created an IPA supporting the event.
Trying to choose which restaurant to dine at might seem daunting, but luckily, the Dining Out for Life website has filters for cuisine, neighborhood and meal type to help narrow down the choice.
Another option is a food truck pop-up party on April 14. The 1300 block of Locust Street will be taken over by 15 food trucks from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with 33 percent of sales for the day going to ActionAIDS. Q102 Philly will be on the block to play music for attendees while they eat.
At either option, diners who donate $25 or more to Dining Out for Life will receive a card that can be used at participating restaurants to get 20 percent off the restaurant bill during any Tuesday in 2016.