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5 Places To Dine & Raise Cash For Harvey Victims This Weekend

From ice cream to poke to pancakes

SeaSide Poke

Want to eat something delicious while simultaneously doing good? This weekend, dine out at these five restaurants hosting fundraisers for Hurricane Harvey relief. There’s something for everyone here, from margaritas, pancakes, poke and ice cream.

SeaSide Poke

For every bowl sold between now and Friday, September 15, SeaSide Poke will donate $1 to Rebuilding Together Houston, a local organization that repairs homes for low-income, elderly homeowners.


Today, Sept. 8, Creamistry of Houston (Uptown) is hosting a fundraiser, donating 50% of all proceeds Friday to the Justin J. Watt Foundation's Houston Flood Relief Fund. Creamistry, the made-to-order liquid nitrogen ice cream shop known for its organic ingredients, is matching funds from Friday’s event.


Order a Houston Strong Margarita at Sochi and $1 will go towards Harvey relief. This deal will go on for the next two months and it will also be available at sister restaurants Caracol, Hugo’s and Backstreet Cafe.

Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

Today, Snooze is donating 10% of sales to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Order a Roadie Radler from Great Divide Brewing Co. and 100% of the sale ($4) will be donated.

The Tasting Room - City Centre

On Saturday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., The Tasting Room - City Centre will be hosting a benefit to help raise money for flood victims. There will be wine, live music, and bites. Tickets are $40 per person and $10 of each ticket sold will go towards to the Justin J. Watt Foundation's Houston Flood Relief Fund. Purchase a ticket at the door.

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