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April 22, 2015

Over 200 local eateries gear up for Dining Out for Life

For one night, going out for dinner can make a big difference

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Bing BIng Dim Sum Thom Carroll/PhillyVoice

Bing Bing Dim Sum on East Passyunk Avenue will participate in Dining Out for LIfe.

Need a reason to splurge on a night out? Dining Out for Life will give you a great one. Thursday, April 30 over 200 local eateries -- including restaurants and food trucks -- will give 33 percent of their proceeds to local HIV/AIDS service organizations. 

Now in its 25th year, Dining Out for Life raises nearly a quarter-million dollars annually, making a huge impact on the Philadelphia, Delaware Valley and South Jersey AIDS communities. Proceeds benefit ActionAIDS, AIDS Delaware, Camden Area Health Education Center, Family & Community Service of Delaware County and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Look for your favorite restaurant on the complete list of participants and get ready to eat for a good cause. From Mac Mart's mac n' cheese food truck and Garces Group's Olde Bar to Talula's Garden and Bing Bing Dim Sum, there's something on the list for everyone during breakfast, lunch and dinner. All you need to do is make a reservation.

Dining Out for Life

Thursday, April 30
Times and locations vary