Although the month is drawing to a close, there is still plenty of time to dine out and raise money for the research and awareness of breast cancer. These LA restaurants all feature their own special menu offerings, yet the lofty cause is the same: saving precious lives.
Hungry Howie’s Pizza
Hungry Howie’s is serving up their tasty pizzas in a pink National Breast Cancer Foundation pizza box for the fifth year in a row. Their “Love, Hope & Pizza” campaign is seeking to raise one million dollars towards a cure. For every pizza that is purchased, every time a story is shared online with the hashtag #LOVEHOPEPIZZA, and for anyone who joins their Facebook fan page, they’ll donate money towards a great cause. Stop in at one of their two LA area locations and help make a difference!
Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop
To show their awareness, Capriotti’s shops are featuring their signature sandwich, the Bobbie which comes with roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, homemade stuffing and mayo on a freshly baked roll. As part of its “Save the Bobbies” campaign, seven of the ten locations are donating $.25 per sandwich to the National Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.
8389 West 3rd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
For a sweet treat with an excellent cause, head to Magnolia Bakery to purchase their Pink Ribbon Cupcake. A portion of the proceeds from each sweet cake will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and The Pink Agenda, a non-profit organization raising funds and breast cancer awareness for young professionals.
For over ten years, Panera has been serving up Pink Ribbon Bagels, and this season is no different. For every purchase of the fresh baked ribbon shaped bagel featuring cherry chips, dried cherries, cranberries, vanilla, honey, and brown sugar, Panera will donate $.10.
9882 S. Santa Monica Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Take your pick of a pink inspired afternoon tea followed by a complimentary makeover at Neiman Marcus, or a sip of an pink inspired evening concoction, the Pink Stoli Strawberry Cosmo, made of Stoli Strawberry Cointreau, fresh lime and cranberry juice. The hotel itself, themed “Peninsula in Pink,” is themed pink from the floral arrangements to dramatic lighting. Be sure to buy a ribbon and bag of pink macaroons before heading out. All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society.
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