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Dine Out To Help Food for Thought’s HIV/AIDS Outreach

Support HIV/AIDS outreach just by eating at Dining Out for Life

Dining out for life 2015

Despite the rain and gloom, its a perfect night to eat lunch or dinner during today’s DINING OUT FOR LIFE, Thursday Dec. 3, 2015. This annual event benefits Food for Thought’s life-sustaining programs for individuals with HIV/AIDS in Sonoma County. All you have to do is eat lunch or dinner at a participating restaurant, and between 25 and 50% of your bill will be donated to the local food bank. More thank 75 local restaurants are participating, so it won’t be hard to choose. Find more details about the event and a full list of restaurants at diningoutforlife.com/sonomacounty.

Here is a complete list of restaurants…

Bodega Bay
Bay View Restaurant
Bluewater Bistro

Forestville
Backyard
Canneti Roadhouse
Corks Restaurant & Farm
Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
Sunshine Coffee Roasters
Twist Eatery

Graton
Underwood Bar & Bistro
Willow Wood Market Café

Guerneville
Betty Spaghetti
boon eat + drink
Pat’s/Dick Blomster’s
Seaside Metal Oyster Bar

Healdsburg
Barndiva
Campo Fina
Dry Creek Kitchen
Mateo’s Cocina Latina
Ralph’s Martini House
Spoonbar!

Petaluma
Café Zazzle
Central Market Restaurant
Cucina Paradiso Restaurant
Dempsey’s Restaurant & Brewery
Old Chicago Pizza
Rafy’s Pizzeria
Risibisi Italian Restaurant
Wild Goat Bistro
Wishbone

Rohnert Park
Hana Japanese Restaurant

Santa Rosa
Bistro 29
Bruno’s on Fourth
Carmen’s Burger Bar
Dierk’s Midtown Café
Dierk’s Parkside Café
Gaia’s Garden
Ike’s Place
Jack and Tony’s Restaurant and Whiskey Bar
JoJo Restaurant & Sushi Bar
Khoom Lanna Thai Cuisine
Mac’s Deli & Café
Mombo’s Pizza
Monti’s Rotisserie & Bar
Pamposh Restaurant
Pizza Gourmet
Rosso Rosticceria + Eventi
Russian River Brewing Company
Sazon Peruvian Cuisine
SOCO Coffee
Sweet T’s Restaurant and Bar
The Pullman Kitchen
The Spinster Sisters
Yeti Restaurant

Sebastopol
BBQ Smokehouse & Catering
Eight Cuisine & Wine
Fork Roadhouse and Catering
Formosa Bistro
French Garden Restaurant and Bistro
Gypsy Café
Hole in the Wall Restaurant
HopMonk Tavern
K & L Bistro
Martha’s Old Mexico Restaurante
Mombo’s Pizza
Papas and Pollo
Peter Lowell’s Restaurant
Sonoma Wine Shop & La Bodega Kitchen
Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt
Sushi Tozai
Taylor Maid Coffee
Vignette Pizzeria

Sonoma
HopMonk Tavern
Mamma Tanino’s Ristorante
Maya Restaurant
Saddles Steak House
The Plaza Bistro

Valley Ford
Rocker Oysterfeller’s

Windsor
Chinois Asian Bistro
Umé Japanese Bistro

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4 thoughts on “Dine Out To Help Food for Thought’s HIV/AIDS Outreach

  1. The public health dept. sent out a message today saying a number of new cases of AIDS were recently reported by people who had been going regularly to In-And-Out Berger. It said that prevention is important and that personal behavior is key to contracting this disease. No more in and out for me.

  2. Food for thought’s Dining Out for Life is an incredible event. We are proud to be a part at the Gypsy Cafe. Come for breakfast or lunch to support this wonderful heartfelt organization. Great way to start the Holidays by giving to our local charities.

    1. Food for Thought is a once great but now a pathetic institution. Only about 25% of cash donations make it to fulfilling their stated cause of feeding people with AIDS. $100,000.00 paychecks for its lazy oft vacationing staff is what you are so generously donating to. If you want your hard earned money to count please donate to a reputable charity like the Redwood Empire Food Bank or perhaps Ceres out in Sebastopol.

      1. Sadly, they will no longer get our donation. Not sure who is now in charge, but they never have called, written to say they got our donation from the Junior Livestock auction. That never use to happen. We always got a phone call so we knew it was received, plus a nice thank you note. We don’t give for the thank you, but an acknowledgement of receipt is important. After 20 years, we are breaking ties.

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