Happy Birthday, Clearwater! Visit The District in Downtown Clearwater on the city’s 106th birthday and help a charity that’s working to preserve the city’s past by attending Dine Out for a Difference on Thursday, May 27.
This month’s Dine Out For A Difference in The District will benefit the Clearwater Historical Society. Ten percent of all evening revenue will be donated to this worthy cause.
With a number of venues featuring different cuisines from around the world, outdoor seating and live music, you’ve got lots of “choice choices” for dining with family and friends.
Look for some surprises, too as The District celebrates the renaissance of downtown Clearwater!
The District in Downtown Clearwater is more than just commerce – it’s about community and compassion.
The closed off 400 and 500 blocks of Cleveland Street have restaurants and small businesses that form a friendly coalition that are giving back to the very community that’s supported them.
The District’s is proactive in raising awareness and helping local charities, which means so much to Clearwater’s quality of life.
As a group, The District sets aside the fourth Thursday of each month to host a joint fund-raiser to donate of that evening’s revenue to “Dine Out for a Difference.” Past charities include the Clearwater Free Clinic, Community Dental Clinic, Strategic Alliance to Fight Exploitation in Tampa Bay (SAFE) and the Suncoast Sierra Club.
The restaurants and small business participating in this Thursday’s event:
Emily’s Restaurant (open 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.)
This Thursday, dine out in the District and make a difference!
Information courtesy of The District