Thursday is Baltimore's 20th annual Dining Out for Life fundraiser. Some 40 Baltimore-area restaurants are joining in the charitable dining event.
Restaurants participating in Dining Out for Life agree to donate at least 20 percent of their check total to Moveable Feast, which provides meals to people with HIV and other diseases. But some restaurants are donating more.
Clementine, The Brewer's Art and Gertrude's are donating 50 percent, for example, and Alchemy, B Bistro and Saute are pledging 35 percent of their take from Thursday's dinner.
But get this. Woodberry Kitchen is donating 100 percent of its sales from Thursday night's dinner. The restaurant is booked up for dinner, not surprisingly.
But you can still drop by Woodberry Kitchen for an outdoor, fire pit after-party, which will feature live music, food, drink and a silent auction. The after party starts at 9 p.m. and goes very late. Tickets are $25, and Woodberry Kitchen is also donating 100 percent of the ticket proceeds to Moveable Feast.
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