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Benefits for Japan

Hburg benefits for earthquake victims

Chef Douglas Keane of Cyrus, HBG and Shimo Modern Steak has long been tied with the people and cuisine of Japan. He’ll host a series of events to aid the victims of the earthquakes in a variety of price points — so there’s no excuse for not opening up your wallet.

HBG, 3/29: Karaoke night from 7-10pm, $20. Beer wine, snacks and singing.
Shimo Modern Steak, 4/4: Several Hburg chefs gather at the restaurant, each serving a dis. $40, 6-9pm
Cyrus, 4/19: Mega star chefs David Kinch, Corey Lee, James Syhabout, Michael Cimarusti, Nicole Plue and Keane create a multi-course tasting menu. $450, limited to 50 people.

Here are some other Bay Area benefits posted by Inside Scoop SF.

Know of other local benefits for the earthquake victims? Let us know…

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  1. Not a benefit per se, but Street Eatz (the food truck) is donating $2 from each order of agedashi. Saw it on twitter and had some for lunch yesterday!

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