Dine Out For Life across Houston this Thursday

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Photo courtesy of Prohibition Supperclub & Bar

Call ahead to save your spot at one of many great restaurants participating in Dining Out for Life across Houston on Thursday, April 30, 2015.

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Neighborhood Shortcuts

Montrose

River Oaks + Upper Kirby

Downtown + East End  

The Heights + Washington Heights

Uptown + West Side[/quote_box_right]

Reserve a table for you and your family or friends during the one-night-only fundraising event Dining Out for Life, and you’ll support local AIDS service organization AIDS Foundation Houston (AFH).

The annual fundraising event takes place around the country and benefits local AIDS service organizations in each participating community. Dining Out for Life in Houston supports AFH, which provides housing, prevention education, HIV testing and youth services to Houstonians.

More than 40 restaurants – and counting – will take place in the city-wide fundraiser this year, donating 25% of their proceeds on Thursday, April 30 to AFH.

Ambassadors from the foundation will be in attendance at each restaurant to share information on the organization. Diners may also make individual contributions after they dine. All proceeds support AFH programs such as the Stone Soup food pantry.

Houston Area Restaurants Participating in Dining Out for Life 2015

Montrose

River Oaks + Upper Kirby

Downtown + East End

The Heights + Washington Heights

Uptown + West Side

  • Arturo Boada Cuisine
  • Barnaby’s on Woodway
  • Cafe Piquet Cuban Cuisine
  • DGN Factory
  • Latin Bites
  • RDG Bar Annie on Post Oak

About AIDS Foundation Houston

AIDS Foundation Houston was formed in 1982 as Texas’ first organization dedicated to HIV prevention education and services that include benefits and resources counseling, case management, housing, and food and nutrition assistance to low-income, HIV+ men, women, and children.

 

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