Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Restaurants to Donate a Portion of Sales to Victims of Boston Marathon Explosions Tonight (April 17)

A number of Boston-area restaurants will be helping the victims of Monday's explosions at the Boston Marathon this evening, donating a portion of their sales to a well-known local foundation.

An email sent from Image Unlimited Communications as well as a post from The Greg Hill Foundation indicates that dining spots in and around the city will donate between 10% and 50% of their evening sales to The Greg Hill Foundation, with the donations going out "immediately," according to Hill, who is a radio announcer on WAAF. The list of participating restaurants is growing, but currently it includes the following spots:

62 Restaurant and Wine Bar in Salem
Avila in Boston
Bella Luna Restaurant and the Milky Way Lounge in Jamaica Plain
Blue on Highland in Needham
Boloco in Boston's Back Bay (Newbury Street, Boylston Street)
Bondir in Cambridge
Brasserie Jo in Boston
Burger Dive in Somerville
Cafe Sushi in Cambridge's Harvard Square
Cafeteria in the Back Bay
China Blossom in North Andover
Davio's in the Back Bay
Enzo in Newburyport
Erbaluce in Boston's Bay Village
The Farmhouse in Needham
The Fireplace in Brookline
Flatbread Company in Somerville's Davis Square
Gari in Brookline and Needham
Grafton Street in Harvard Square
Grill 23 in the Back Bay
Harvest in Harvard Square
Max and Dylans in Bedford, Boston, and Charlestown
Ole in Cambridge's Inman Square
Owen and Ollie's in Dracut
Papagayo in Boston's Fort Point
PARK in Harvard Square
Piattini Wine Cafe in the Back Bay
Olivio in Arlington
Post 390 in Boston
Russell House Tavern in Harvard Square
Salvatore's in Boston's Seaport District, Theatre District, and Medford
Scollay Square in Boston's Beacon Hill
Sip Wine Bar and Kitchen in Boston
Sophia's Grotto in Roslindale
Sweet Basil in Needham
Tavern Road in Fort Point
Temple Bar in Cambridge
Tryst in Arlington
Tuscan Kitchen in Salem, NH

If other restaurants would like to join the effort, please contact the Greg Hill Foundation (see below) or send an email to