Want dinner to satisfy your hunger and satisfy your craving to help a local nonprofit? During the month of September, The Columbia Restaurant will be donating 5% of each patron’s check to support the nonprofit of his or her choice. The 15th annual Columbia Restaurant Community Harvest has raised more than $1.3 million for Florida non-profit organizations. The Columbia Restaurant is located at 411 St. Armands Circle, Sarasota.
Other Columbia locations participating in Community Harvest will include: Ybor City in the historic district of Tampa, St. Augustine, The Pier in St. Petersburg, Sand Key on Clearwater Beach, Central Florida’s Town of Celebration, the Columbia Café on the Riverwalk in Downtown Tampa at The Tampa Bay History Center and the Columbia Restaurant Café at Tampa International Airport.
For more information about Community Harvest, including a list of participating nonprofits, visit columbiarestaurant.com.
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