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Dining Out For Life – April 30, 2009

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Dine Out. Fight AIDS

Dine Out For Life 2009 to benefit AIDS Project Rhode Island

Enjoy eating out at the many great restaurants in the Rhode Island area? Well we have the event for you and you don’t have to do anything besides eat! On Thursday, April 30th, AIDS Project Rhode Island (APRI) is having the 5th Annual Dining Out for Life 2009. The concept is simple; participating restaurants agree to donate 25% of your food bill to APRI. In return, we encouraged our supporters to dine out at the participating restaurants.

This year’s participating restaurants are:

Cranston  
Spain Restaurant
1073 Reservoir Avenue
(401) 946-8686
 
Pawtucket  
Orchard House Cafe
17 Central Avenue
(508) 399-6244
Rasoi Restaurant
727 East Avenue
(401) 728-5500
Garden Grille
727 East Avenue
(401) 726-2826
Hose Company No. 6
636 Central Avenue
(401) 722-7220
Smithfield  
D. Carlo Trattoria
970 Douglas Pike
(401) 349-4979
 
Providence  
India Restaurant
1060 Hope Street
(401) 641-4063
Blaze Eastside
776 Hope Street
(401) 277-2529
Minerva’s Pizza
20 South Angell Street
(401) 272-2279
Taste of India
230 Wickenden Street
(401) 421-4355
CAV
14 Imperial Place
(401) 751-9164
Blue Grotto
210 Atwells Avenue
(401) 272-9030
New Rivers
7 Steeple Street
(401) 751-0350
Pakarang Restaurant
303 South Main Street
(401) 453-3660
Gracie’s Bar & Grille
194 Washington Street
(401) 272-7811
Zooma Bar-Ristorante
245 Atwells Avenue
(401) 383-2002
Ristorante Pizzico
762 Hope Street
(401) 421-4114
Downcity
50 Weybosset Street
(401) 331-9217
Rue De L’Espoir
99 Hope Street
(401) 751-8890
Cactus Grille
800 Allens Avenue
(401) 941-0004

Just for dining out you are also entered to win two (2) airline tickets on Southwest Airlines to anywhere they fly to in the continental United States! Be sure to make reservation well in advance and let them know that you are participating in Dining Out For Life. For more information please contact Stephen at (401) 831-5522 x3364 or email.

Founded in 1985 by a small group of doctors, nurses and community activists, AIDS Project Rhode Island, now a division of Family Service of RI, is the state’s first AIDS service organization. Their mission is to provide a safe, non judgmental environment where people affected by HIV can access resources to make informed decisions about their quality of life; and to stop the further transmission of HIV through advocacy, prevention and education.

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