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Dine Out Irene

Although hurricane Irene amazed to more of a party then a natural disaster here in the city, our upstate neighbors are still

Screen Shot 2011-09-08 at 9.53.07 AM.pnghurting. Farms were flooded, crops and homes destroyed, and even Dinosaur BBQ’s Troy location had to close down for a few days to get their dining room back into shape. Enter Dine Out Irene, the food world’s answer to emergency relief. Make a reservation at your favorite restaurant for September 25th (we’re taking the opportunity to try out the new Fatty ‘Cue!) and if it’s a participating restaurant (here’s the list), they’ll donate 10% of your bill to New York farms that were hurt by the hurricane. There are 75 restaurants taking part in the project from big ticket restaurants, like Blue Hill, to casual, cheap eats like Bark Hot Dogs and even West Village newcomers Fatty Cue and Red Farm. For our readers who don’t live in the Big Apple, don’t stress, you can pitch in by dining at one of the dozen or so non-city restaurants options available.

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