Friday, September 13, 2013

Updated again! Drink out, do good -- and dine, too

Through September, diners can go to any Harper's Restaurant Group location -- that's Upstream and Mimosa Grill, along with the two Harper's in town -- and get a specially created chocolate bread pudding, and the group will donate $5 for each one to the national No Kid Hungry campaign. Share Our Strength is a national hunger relief group and holds a fundraising event called Dine Out for No Kid Hungry; its goal is to end child hunger in America.

Through the month, all Salsarita’s locations will donate 25 cents to the campaign for every one of its Sol Lemonades it sells: That's a new beverage addition for the Charlotte-based change, a lemonade "with a hint of guava and a freshly squeezed lime."

Queen City Q, meanwhile, is donating $1 for every Sunday brunch entree sold in September, and 25 cents for every sale from its food truck this month at the Panthers Lair (across from the stadium), to No Kid Hungry.