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How New York Restaurants Are Pitching In on Harvey Relief Efforts

Here’s how to help

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Last weekend, Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas, largely affecting the Rockport, Port Aransas, and Houston areas. To aid in recovery efforts, New York area restaurants are doing their part to raise money for those affected.

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  • Popular pizzeria Speedy Romeo has partnered with Slice Out Hunger to offer a Lone Star pizza, with $10 from each pizza sold going to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The pie is inspired by Texas, topped with barbecue sauce, brisket, smoked onion, and pepper jack.It will be on the menu for the next few weeks. 63 Clinton Street, 376 Classon Avenue
  • Union Square Hospitality is teaming up with Tito’s to offer special cocktails at their restaurants, with $10 from each cocktail going directly to Houston Food Bank.
  • All the restaurants in the Blue Ribbon family will be donating 10 percent of their sales today, August 31. All proceeds will go to Feeding Texas.
  • Ravi DeRossi’s politically-charged bar Coup is hosting a party in partnership with the non-profit Beast, devoted to ending animal suffering. All proceeds from the event will go to the Harvey Disaster Animal Fund, which will provide animals with veterinary care, food, and transportation. The party starts Saturday, September 2 at 5:00 p.m. 64 Cooper Square, East Village
  • On Tuesday, September 5, Left Bank will host its weekly Giving Mondays initiative (on Tuesday due to the holiday), this time in honor of Hurricane Harvey victims. Specifically, 10 percent of Tuesday’s sales will go to the Best Friends Animal Society, with funds directed toward Best Friends’ volunteer excursion to help the stranded animals in Houston. Some 75 percent of the sales from Left Bank’s Forever Home cocktail will go directly to Best Friends. 117 Perry Street, West Village
  • West Village wine bar Anfora will be donating 5 percent of all American wine sales (both glasses and bottles) to victims of Hurricane Harvey, now through Labor Day. 34 Eighth Avenue # A, West Village
  • At Grandy Army on Monday, the cocktail bar will donate $1 from every Bosses Cabinet, their daily bartender’s choice cocktail. It starts at 2:00 p.m. Monday. 336 State Street, Boerum Hill
  • Shortly after reopening after a damaging flood, Agern is supporting Harvey relief by offering half-off house cocktails, beers, and wine to guests who bring in canned food. The team is also accepting cash donations at the bar, with proceeds going to the Houston Food Bank. Grand Central Terminal, 89 East 42 Street
  • Rockaway Beach hangout The BLVD Project is hosting a “FU Harvey Party” on Saturday, September 2, where 100 percent of beverage sales will go to Team Rubicon, a non-profit disaster response service. The event is free, and open all day. 108 Street, Rockaway
  • Each establishment under the In Good Company Hospitality umbrella (Park Avenue Tavern, Parker & Quinn, Winnies Jazz Bar, Trademark Taste + Grind, Refinery Rooftop), is creating a special cocktail for the month of September. Each iteration is a riff on a Harvey Wallbanger cocktail. It costs $14, and 100 percent of sales will go to Team Rubicon.
  • All three Del Frisco’s locations will be donating 20 percent of food and beverage sales from August 31 to September 4 to those impacted by Harvey. The Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group has a goal of donating $1 million. Locations include Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House New York, Del Frisco’s Grille Rock Center and Del Frisco’s Grille Brookfield Place.
  • Both locations of London-based Burger & Lobster will donate $1 for every BBQ Burger to the Red Cross fund for Harvey victims. 132 West 43 Street, 39 West 19 Street
  • Fort Greene’s Metta is donating 100% of sales from its Zirkova vodka cocktail to the Red Cross’ Harvey relief. 97 Adelphi Street, Fort Greene
  • From Friday to Monday, waterfront oyster bars Grand Banks, Island Oyster and Pilot will serve a $15 Red Cross a cocktail, with 100 percent of sales going to the Red Cross’ Harvey recovery efforts. Hudson River Park, Pier 25; Ferry Line Rd, Brooklyn; Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6
  • On Thursday, September 7, Industry Kitchen and Watermark Bar will donate 100 percent of the sales from their Hope After the Storm cocktail to the Red Cross. 70 South Street, 78 South Street, FiDi
  • All New York locations of Panda Express are accepting in store donations until September 15. Multiple locations
  • Laurent Tourondel’s L’Amico is donating $3 to the Red Cross for every Pipe Rigate ordered in September. 849 Sixth Avenue, Midtown
  • Brazilian steakhouse Fogo De Chao will donate $10 from every adult entree purchased on Monday, September 4 to the Houston Food Bank. 40 West 53 Street, Midtown