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La Food Marketa hosting fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey relief

La Food Marketa in the Quarry Lake shopping center will host a fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey relief on Sept. 3.

La Food Marketa will host a fundraiser Sunday to raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief.

The restaurant at Quarry Lake at Greenspring will donate half its sales from Sunday brunch to flood victims of Hurricane Harvey.


The hurricane, which dumped about 50 inches of rain on parts of the Houston area, has lead to widespread flooding and claimed at least 20 lives.

Brunch runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.* at the Pikesville restaurant, where the menu includes dishes such as Mexican chocolate pancakes, turkey sausage tacos, juevos rancheros and chicken fajita scrambles.


La Food Marketa opened last year at 2620 Quarry Lake Drive; it is the sister restaurant to the Food Market in Hampden. Both restaurants are owned by chef Chad Gauss.

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*Correction: A previous version of this story indicated an incorrect ending time for La Food Marketa's fundraiser brunch. Brunch ends at 3 p.m.


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