After the Pulse shooting in Orlando, local restaurants and bars are raising funds to help the people most affected by the tragedy.Below you'll find a list of where and when you can eat and drink for a good cause. We will update this last as more events and fundraisers are announced.
Cigar City Brewing will start the Let's Get Beers Together Session IPA next week at different locations throughout Orlando like Will's Pub, The Hammered Lamb and more. All of the proceeds will go to the OneOrlando Fund. A dollar from every beer sold in the tasting room from Friday to Sunday will go to the OneOrlando Fund. Also, their distributor, Florida Distributing, will donate all of the proceeds from the keg sales.
KrungThep Tea Time will be giving all of their profits to the GoFundMe account set up by Equality Florida until Friday, June 17.
Sus Hi Eatstation From now through Saturday, June 18, 100 percent of their profits, from both UCF and Altamonte Springs locations, will be donated to the GoFundMe Pulse Victims Fund created by Equality Florida. They will also be accepting monetary donations.
Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar at Pointe Orlando will host a special event titled Bailamos Unidos (We Dance United) on Saturday, June 18, from 10 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. All proceeds from the night’s cover charge will go directly to the OneOrlando Fund to support the needs of the Orlando community in the wake of the tragic events that occurred at Pulse Nightclub. Monetary donations to the OneOrlando Fund will also be accepted at the door. The event will feature DJs spinning merengue, salsa, bachata, and Latin open format music. Cover charge will be $12 for men, and women are free before 11 p.m. with a $10 cover charge after this time.
Pincho Factory will donate 15 percent of all sales from this week to support victims of the tragedy from now to Sunday, June 19.
Jeremiah's Italian Ice will donate 100 percent of all net profits on Monday, June 20, at all 14 Central Florida locations.
Spice Modern Steakhouse will donate all proceeds from June 21's sales to the OneOrlando Fund and Verde Cantina will donate all proceeds from June 22's sales to the OneOrlando Fund. See more at orlandoloves.com.
Wildside BBQ Bar & Grille will donate all proceeds from their "One City" burger to the victims and families of the shooting.
The Sanctum Café is offering its Karma Bowl (usually $9) for $5 throughout the month of June, and donating proceeds to the GoFundMe account.
Sugar Daddy Bakery is offering Pulse Cupcakes, profits of which will all go to EqualityFlorida. If you're interested, they ask that you order the cupcakes 24 hours in advance, since the cupcakes are baked fresh to order. Also, on June 30, they will be donating 10 percent of all coffee sales to Dine Out for Orlando United.
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