With so many ways to get involved and support the cause, these companies are offering guests and locals alike one of the most enjoyable – indulging in some delicious food and drink. From speciality cocktails, such as the Celebration Cosmo, Pink Berry Mimosa and Pretty in Pink, to a partnership with One Hope Wine, to a “Dine Out for the Cure” event on the waterfront, these restaurants are raising awareness and funds to fight the disease. Manchester Grand Hyatt In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Manchester Grand Hyatt invites locals and guests alike to help fight the disease by dining and drinking to pink all month long. On Thursday, October 12, Sally’s Fish House & Bar will host its “Dine Out for the Cure” event from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Experience waterfront dining at its finest as guests enjoy panoramic bay front views and a coastal-inspired menu of the area’s freshest seafood, local ingredients and unforgettable flavors. For every $1 spent during lunch and dinner, Sally’s will donate 25 percent of the proceeds to support Komen San Diego in their local breast cancer programs and research. In addition, sip in style and clink pink throughout October with Top of the Hyatt’s Celebration Cosmo, all the while enjoying spectacular panoramic views of the city 40 stories above the San Diego Bay. For every Celebration Cosmo purchased, $1 of the proceeds will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The hotel’s Grand Lobby Bar has also partnered with One Hope Wine, and will donate $1 for every glass raised and $4 for every bottle popped to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Tidal Throughout the month of October, Paradise Point Resort & Spa’s signature restaurant, Tidal will be offering a specialty cocktail in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Guests can delight in the specialty pink cocktail, appropriately called Pretty in Pink offering white rum, guava, Falernum liquor, fresh orange, lemon and grenadine, and 50 percent of the proceeds will go to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The cocktail is available throughout October and is $14.
Barefoot Bar & GrilIn honor on Breast Cancer Awareness month Barefoot Bar & Grill is offering a speciality Pink Berry Mimosa including Champagne, cactus berry puree and blueberry. Guests who choose to enjoy the specialty cocktail will be contributing to a good cause as 50 percent of the proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The cocktail is available until October 31 and is $10.The Wine Pub Bike for Boobs will bring hundreds of people together for a pink-infused bike ride hosted by local breast cancer survivor and restaurant owner, Sandy Hanshaw. After a scenic ride around Shelter Island, people can head to The Wine Pub for drinks, appetizers, live music, and auction items that will raise money for Breast Cancer Prevention Partners. To date, Bike for Boobs has raised over $23,000 for the organization.To celebrate the fifth year, The Wine Pub has collaborated with local female artists to create a pink mosaic frame that encourages people to share photos and words of strength and inspiration related to breast cancer. To add some sweets to the party, North Park-based Nomad Donuts will offer custom-made bike and boob-inspired donuts.Black Angus Steakhouse Black Angus Steakhouse it participating in the Chloe Wine Collection’s Chloe Cares campaign supporting the Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA). To raise awareness and to support this cause, Chloe Wine Collection will donate $2 for every bottle of Chloe Rosé purchased at Black Angus Steakhouse throughout the month of October to the nonprofit organization. The Chloe 2016 Central Coast Rosé is a Pinot Noir-based blend with delicate notes of fresh berries and watermelon. Backroom Beer PairingIn the craft beer capital of the world, there are countless opportunities to enjoy refreshing local brews – even in the stockroom of a grocery store. For its popular Backroom Beer Pairing on October 18, Barons Market will team with Green Flash Brewing Co. to offer gourmet bites with brewed delights at each of its seven Southern California locations. These party pairings taste good, and do good. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Barons Market will donate 100 percent of proceeds from its four San Diego locations to the Shades of Pink Foundation and from its three Temecula Valley locations to Michelle’s Place. In 2016, the market raised more than $26,000 for local organizations through its quarterly Backroom Beer Pairings.Panera BreadEach October, Panera Bread joins the fight against breast cancer through their Pink Ribbon Bagel campaign. The seasonal Cherry Vanilla bagel, flavored with cherry chips, dried cherries, honey, vanilla and brown sugar, is shape shifted into a ribbon and sold as the Pink Ribbon Bagel in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.Locally in San Diego, Manna Development Group, Panera LLC’s San Diego franchisee, will donate 25 cents from every Pink Ribbon Bagel sold at participating bakery-cafes to Susan G. Komen San Diego, the county’s largest provider of free breast cancer services and support.Over the course of sixteen years, Panera and its franchisees have sold over 16 million bagels and donated over $2.6 million to breast cancer organizations across the country.
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