Twenty-five restaurants and a good cause.
Montreal, it’s time to eat out.
This Wednesday, November 12th marks the first-time celebration of World Food Day Montreal, an event that will see some of the city’s most renowned chefs join together to support an extraordinary project that provides safe water for the indigenous communities living in the Paraguayan Chaco – a region that suffers from recurrent drought.
So how will this work and how can you participate?
Over 25 of Montreal’s top restaurants will donate a minimum of $1000 each from their Wednesday, November 12 services to finance the construction of four 20,000 litre cisterns (wells) in Paraguay.
But there’s more, too.
These structures will provide a permanent solution for 2,845 people that suffer from acute water shortage, and will enable the growth of an independent, healthy community.
Talk about notable.
Want to get involved? We thought so.
To join the chefs and show support, all you have to do is make a reservation at any of the participating restaurants:
40 West, Burgundy Lion, Brasserie Central, Flyjin, Garde Manger, Grumman ’78, Impasto, Joe Beef, L’Imperial, Lavanderia, Le Bremner, Le Pois Penche, Le St.Urbain, CHO, M:BRGR, Maestro S.V.P, Maison Boulud, Maison Publique, Park, Pastaga, Renoir, Ristorante Beatrice, SuWu, Tapeo, and Tavern on the Square.
Well, make a reservation now and you’ll help the world be less thirsty.