Hope you’re hungry.
Because this Thursday, Dining Out For Life returns to more than 3,000 restaurants in 60 cities across North America. By dining at these establishments means a portion of the day’s receipts will be donating to HIV/AIDS organizations.
Some cities participate on different dates, so make sure to double-check. A full list of participating cities is included at the end of this story, so see if yours is represented. Then search for available restaurants and make your reservations as soon as possible.
This year’s spokespeople are Mondo Guerra, Daisy Martinez, Pam Grier and Ted Allen (above, left to right) and you read all about why this cause is important to them on the site.
If your city isn’t on the Dining Out For Life list, make sure to tell all your friends who live in towns that are.
Or book a last-minute trip to Anchorage. This is as good an excuse as any.
Dining Out For Life
Thursday, April 28, 2016 (with some exceptions)
DOFL Spokespeople photo credit: Nick D’ Amico/15 Minutes Inc.
Regions and cities celebrating Dining Out For Life
Albany, Anchorage, Asheville, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Birmingham/Mobile, Broward County, Fla., Buffalo, Charleston, Chattanooga, Chicago, Columbia, Denver/Boulder, Detroit, El Paso, Fort Collins/Northern Colorado, Grand Junction/Western Colorado, Grand Rapids, Houston, Indianapolis, Inland Empire, Jacksonville, Kalamazoo/Southwest Michigan, Kansas City, Key West, Las Vegas, Lexington, Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis/St. Paul/Greater Minneapolis, Nashville, New Haven, New Jersey, New Orleans, New York City, Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Northern Nevada, Orange County, Palm Beach County, Palm Springs, Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, Phoenix/Prescott, Portland, Ore., Raleigh, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Sonoma County, St. Louis, Tacoma/Olympia, Tampa Bay, Tulsa, Vancouver/Whistler, Vancouver Island and Washington, D.C.