Eat at these metro Atlanta restaurants to help Hurricane Harvey victims

We're all looking for ways to help in the wake of the devastation caused in Houston by Hurricane Harvey, and in the next couple of weeks you can help out while dining out.

  • Through Sunday, 100 percent of proceeds from sales of the Hurricane cocktail at The Mercury in Ponce City Market and The Pinewood in Decatur will go to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
  • Through Sept. 30, participating Zoe's Kitchen locations are accepting donations at checkout for the American Red Cross hurricane relief efforts, and guests who donate will receive $3 off their next purchase. Zoe's will also match a portion of the donations.
  • Double Dragon , located at 350 Mead Road in Decatur, will donate 100 percent of proceeds from soup sales (dine in or take out) through Sunday, Sept. 10 to Feeding Texas , a non-profit that assists with state and federal relief efforts. Double Dragon co-owner Michael Lo, who went to school in Texas, said he hopes to sell 1,000 bowls of soup by Sept. 10.
  • Eclipse di Luna locations in Buckhead and Dunwoody will donate all proceeds from the sales of Bacardi mojitos to the American Red Cross from Tuesday, Sept. 5-Sunday, Sept. 10.
  • The Dunwoody Restaurant Group -- which owns Ye Olde Dunwoody Tavern, O'Brians Tavern and King George Tavern in Dunwoody; The Royal Oak Pub and The Ship & Anchor Pub in Sandy Springs; The Iron Horse Tavern in Norcross; and The Bat & Ball Pub in Brookhaven -- will donate 10 percent of all sales from opening until 10 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 10 to the American Red Cross to support in the aid of the catastrophic conditions in Houston as a result of Hurricane Harvey.
  • Taverna Pizzeria and Risotteria in The Shops Buckhead Atlanta at 280 Buckhead Ave. will donate 20 percent of all food sales from Monday, Sept. 11-Thursday, Sept. 14 to the American Red Cross.
  • The Comet Pub & Lanes  in Decatur will host Pins & Pints for Pets on Sunday, Sept. 17 to raise money for the Houston Humane Society in partnership with Wild Heaven Beer, Brooklyn Brewery and Georgia Crown. Beginning at 4 p.m., guests can purchase $25 ticket that includes three games of bowling, shoe rental and two drink tickets valid for either a Brooklyn Defender IPA from Brooklyn Brewery or a Bestie Pub Ale from Wild Heaven Beer. The Comet will donate $15 from each ticket sold directly to the Houston Humane Society.In addition, all proceeds from $5 Jameson shots will be donated to the Humane Society and Wild Heaven will donate one bottle of Emergency Drinking Water for every Wild Heaven Emergency Drinking Beer sold at the event.Tickets may be purchased at the door. The event is all ages until 10 p.m. when Comet becomes 21 and older for the late-night hours.For more details, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/509261312754777/



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