Japan Relief in the San Francisco Restaurant Scene

Whether or not you or your loved ones were affected by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan just weeks ago, it is difficult to avoid being touched in some way by the devastation overseas. In the spirit of charity, many chefs and restaurants in the San Francisco area have banded together to raise money to help those in need.

One Market Restaurant, The Slanted Door, Butterfly, Grand Café, Betelnut, and Tres Agaves, among others, will host “Restaurants for Relief,” a dinner on April 10th from 5-9pm. They will donate 100% of the proceeds ($75 per person) to Give2Asia. 

Yoshi’s On April 9th from 1-4pm, thirteen chefs from the Bay Area will come together to cook a special menu with wine and sake pairings for $75 a person. In addition there will be live music by a Grammy-nominated jazz band and a silent auction to further benefit victims of the earthquake. All proceeds will go to the American Red Cross for Japan Relief.

Jardiniere On April 4th during dinner service, Jardiniere will donate $10 from each three-course prix-fixe menu ordered to Japan Relief.

So if you are planning to go out for dinner in the upcoming week, why not try one of these restuarants? Not only will you be filling your belly, you will also be providing help to the people of Japan who need it most. 

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