11 Orlando restaurants participating in Dine for Paws event Tuesday

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IMAGE COURTESY PET ALLIANCE OF GREATER ORLANDO
  • Image courtesy Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando
No need to lug a 50-pound bag of food to donate to the Pet Alliance tomorrow (although that would certainly be appreciated, too).

The annual "Dine for Paws" fundraising event, benefiting the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando, is tomorrow, May 21.



Simply eat at one of the 11 participating restaurants and 15 percent of your check will be donated to the longest-running animal welfare organization in the region.

Participating restaurants include:
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • The Cloak & Blaster
  • Don Pepito Tropical Eatery
  • Jade New Asian Kitchen
  • The Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen
  • Pig Floyd's Urban Barbakoa
  • Roque Pub
  • Something Fishy Seafood Restaurant
  • Tornatore's Cafe & Pizzeria
  • Urbain 40
  • The Vineyard Wine Company
We know you're already taking a plethora of food pics for the 'gram, but tomorrow your posts could turn a profit. Be entered to win a $50 gift card to one of the participating restaurants by posting on Instagram using the #DineForPaws hashtag, and tagging the restaurant where you're eating.



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