Greater New Haven Restaurants Raise Money For AIDS Research With "Dining Out for Life"

Lifestyle and LeisureNew Haven (New Haven, Connecticut)HIV - AIDSHamden (New Haven, Connecticut)MiddletownMilford (New Haven, Connecticut)

We all enjoy a meal out on the town, supporting local business and experiencing our communities. On April 25, you can visit one of 30 restaurants across the state and have a portion of your check donated to help support those with HIV/AIDS and other chronic ailments. It's the annual Dining Out for Life, a national day of dining and donating to benefit AIDS research and support. By visiting a participating restaurant, your donated funds will help AIDS Project New Haven continue its mission of providing services and support to our neighbors whose lives have been affected by the disease. At least 25% of food and beverage sales will be donated, and 160 York Street Cafe will be donating 100% of their food and beverage take for the night. Diners can choose to make and additional donation, and will be entered into a drawing to win a big prize, valued at $1,500. See for a full list of participating restaurants, how much they're donating, and which meals during the day are valid.


Dining Out for Life

April 25, 30 participating restaurants in Branford, Hamden, New Haven, Hartford, Middletown, Orange and Milford,


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