What to Know
- Dates vary, but several places will be participating within the Nov. 16-18 window
- Crack Shack, Prawn, Mohawk Bend, a number of eateries
- Proceeds on special dishes, whole checks, and beer sales, too, will go to help fire relief
Moving quickly, with the desire to help, show support, and connect, when our neighbors are in need?
Southern Californians do so, quickly, with each and any new critical event, just as they're doing in the face of the current fires.
Businesses, too, famously stand up to stand for the people in the impacted communities, and we can expect a number of public-facing places, around the region, to host fundraisers in the weeks and months ahead.
What to do, where to go and what to see
A number of restaurants are jumping right into it, over the third weekend of November, and finding a place where you can dine out, and also know that some of your bill will go to fire relief, is the next step.
Here are a few eateries and breweries raising funds for fire relief in the days ahead. Do note dates, too, and if a special dish is involved:
The Crack Shack... at Westfield Century City and Pasadena will donate 100% of profits from its Coope Deville sandwich made on Saturday, Nov. 17 and Sunday, Nov. 18 to the Ventura County Community Foundation.
Tony's Darts Away... in Burbank will give a dollar to the Humane Society of Ventura County for each vegetarian Darts Away Jr. Burger sold from Nov. 16 through 18.
The Old Chalet... in Eagle Rock will also donate a dollar to the same organization for each Lunazel Blanco Tequila sold, from Friday to Saturday. And at Mohawk Bend, in Echo Park? Order a pepperoni pizza or cheese pizza, Nov. 16 through 18, and know that a dollar will go to the Humane Society of Ventura County.
Prawn, located at Grand Central Market and Pasadena, will donate 100% of profits from its Fish & Chips and Lemonade, on Nov. 16 and 17, to the Ventura County Community Foundation.
And planning on a visit to an Artisanal Brewers Collective brewing location on Friday, Nov. 16, Saturday, Nov. 16, or Sunday, Nov. 18? If you make for The Stalking Horse, 6th & La Brea, Bluebird Brasserie, or Broxton, the collective will donate 20% of beer sales to the Humane Society of Ventura County.