Dining out for Life in New York City
For the first time, New York City will participate in the international Dining Out For Life initiative on Thursday, April 26, when people in more than 60 cities across North America are encouraged to dine out at select restaurants – all to help fund HIV/AIDS healthcare, prevention, education, testing, counseling, and other essential services.
More than 3,000 restaurants – including six in New York City – are participating and agreed to generously donate a portion of proceeds that day to local nonprofits. The Alliance for Positive Change, a 27-year-old nonprofit that assists more than 5,000 people each year and impacts another 15,000 more, is the benefitting New York City nonprofit. Learn more about NYC’s involvement at diningoutforlife.com/newyorkcity.
Local participating restaurants to date are:
- Clyde Frazier’s Wine & Dine (485 Tenth Avenue, Manhattan)
- Lucca Restaurant (3019 Westchester Avenue, Bronx)
- Metate Authentic (3515 Johnson Avenue, Riverdale, Bronx)
- Sac’s Place (86-14A 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights. Queens)
- Sazon Perez (427 S. 4th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
- Staghorn Steakhouse (315 West 36th Street, Manhattan)
In New York City, details about the participating restaurants – and any special events that day – can be found at diningoutforlife.com/newyorkcity. New Yorkers are also encouraged to follow the event on social media to learn about new developments – and additional restaurants, at: