Your favorite restaurant is back in the spotlight with Restaurant Week 2021 in Dallas. Benefitting the Lena Pope charity and the North Texas Food Bank, this is your best opportunity to eat your favorite 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse dishes from a specialty menu and donate to great causes. So be sure to make your reservations today!
Sit down to your favorite dishes at 12 Cuts for Restaurant Week and make a difference in two worthy causes. In their own words, “Simply dine out at one of our many participating restaurants this August and 20 percent of the cost of your meal will be donated directly to NTFB in the Dallas area or Lena Pope in Tarrant County.”
Lena Hudson Pope began helping children as early as the 1930s. Their mission has never wavered. As they describe themselves, “Our 90 years of experience in child and family services guide our current efforts to improve child well-being here in Tarrant County. We use evidence-based, research-tested programs focused on prevention and early intervention services that support child development and improve the behavioral and mental health of children.”
The North Texas Food Bank began in 1982 as a way to alleviate hunger in struggling communities. From their website, “Today, NTFB continues the fight against hunger as a certified member of the Feeding America Food Bank Network. Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, solicits food and grocery products from national suppliers, distributes them through more than 200 food banks and provides food banks with operational support. It also educates the public and government officials about the ongoing problem of hunger.”
Do your part for worthy causes and treat your family to the unmistakable taste of 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse. Never miss a bite when you make your reservation during Restaurant Week. Enjoy!
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