- Friday October 18, 2013
- 11:00am - 1:00pm
- Renaissance on 9th
- Group Benefiting:
- Food Bank of Manatee
- Jill McGarry
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Enjoy delicious soups provided by local restaurants, fresh bread, dessert, entertainment and select a beautiful, handcrafted bowl to keep. The symbolic meal of soup and bread demonstrates that together, we can fill the empty bowls of our neighbors in need. Tickets: $25 Adult, $10 Child (age 12 & under) Buy tickets online at www.foodbankofmanatee.org, call 941-749-0100 or purchase at the door. Participating Restaurants: 2nd Street Bistro at Manatee Memorial Hospital 9th Street Bistro Anna Maria Oyster Bar Arts & Eats Restaurant & Gallery BeachHouse Restaurant Cedar Reef Fish Camp Cortez Clam Factory Fast n Fresh Fiona’s Family Restaurant First Watch Restaurants Kostas Family Restaurant Jason’s Deli Linger Lodge Restaurant MacAllister’s Restaurant Maria’s Family Place Restaurant Mar Vista Dockside Restaurant MTI Culinary Arts Program Orange Blossom Catering Panera Bread Polo Grill & Fete Catering Popi’s Place Too, III, IV, V, VI Renaissance on 9th Catering Riverhouse Reef & Grill Rosedale Golf & Country Club Sweet Tomatoes Tara Golf & Country Club Truman’s Tap & Grill Woody’s River Roo Join us for lunch and help fight hunger in Manatee!
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