For almost two decades, Project Angel Heart has been delivering meals across the metro area to people living with life-threatening diseases. So it's appropriate that the non-profit's biggest annual fundraiser, Dining Out for Life, features food, and lots of it.
Today, if you eat breakfast, lunch or dinner (or all three) at any one of dozens of restaurants supporting Dining Out for Life, 25 percent of your food bill will be donated to the organization.
There are too many participating restaurants to list here, but if you want to catch Drink of the Week columnist Nancy Levine playing hostess (as well as other local celebs catering to the crowd), head to Tambien at 250 Steele Street. For a complete list of the Dine Out for Life possibilities, go to www.projectangelheart.org.
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