Chattanooga Now Dine Out For Life supports fight against HIV in the Tennessee Valley

Chattanooga Now Dine Out For Life supports fight against HIV in the Tennessee Valley

June 18th, 2019 by Staff Report in Chattnow Dining
Pickett's Ranch Trout at Flying Squirrel includes fingerling potato salad, house bacon lardons and fennel creme. Flying Squirrel is among restaurants participating in today's Dine Out For Life. / Facebook.com Photo

Pickett's Ranch Trout at Flying Squirrel includes fingerling...

Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press.

Nearly 20 local restaurants are partnering with Cempa Community Care on Thursday, June 20, to support the fight against HIV in the Tennessee Valley.

You can make a difference just by going out to eat Thursday. Each of the participating restaurants will donate a percentage of its sales to support Cempa Community Care's nutrition assistance program. Proceeds from Dining Out For Life will fund the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables for the Cempa Market.

"The Chattanooga restaurant community never ceases to amaze us," says Shannon Stephenson, Cempa Community Care chief executive officer. "It's incredible to have the support of so many local restaurants who come together to fight HIV in our area."

 

Participating Restaurants

» 1885 Grill, 3914 St. Elmo Ave.

» Beast + Barrel, 16 Frazier Ave.

» The Big Chill & Grill, 103 Cherokee Blvd.

» Brewhaus, 224 Frazier Ave.

» Easy Bistro & Bar, 203 Broad St.

» The Feed Co. Table & Tavern, 201 W. Main St.

» Flying Squirrel, 55 Johnson St.

» Frothy Monkey, 1400 Market St.

» Hour Place, 960 E. Third St.

» Il Primo Cambridge Square, 9436 Bradmore Lane, Ooltewah

» Il Primo Riverview, 1100 Hixson Pike

» Main Street Meats, 217 E. Main St.

» Mayan Kitchen, 507 Broad St.

» Public House Restaurant, 1110 Market St.

» Sing It or Wing It, 410 Market St.

» Southern Star, 1300 Broad St.

» Tremont Tavern, 1203 Hixson Pike

» Universal Joint, 532 Lookout St.