Brunch lovers, you can eat your waffles and omelets and help those in need at the same time. The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) is hosting its 32nd annual Super Hunger Brunch on Jan. 25-26 at participating restaurants in the Greater Boston area.
Sixteen restaurants will create menus just for the Super Hunger Brunch weekend. Depending on which restaurant you choose, prices are set at $25, $35, and $50 – and for every dollar contributed, three meals will be provided to those in need benefiting from GBDB.
Participating restaurants in the Greater Boston area include:
10 Center Street, Newburyport
80 Thoreau Street, Concord
583 Washington Street, Wellesley
Craigie on Main
853 Main Street, Cambridge
1634 Beacon Street, Brookline
Grill 23 & Bar
161 Berkeley Street, Boston
553 Tremont Street, Boston
44 Brattle Street, Cambridge
48 Boylston Street, Brookline
774 Boylston Street, Boston
One Tournament Wharf, Newburyport
North 26 Restaurant and Bar
26 North Street at Faneuil Hall, Boston
Post 390 Restaurant
406 Stuart Street, Boston
One Bennett Street, Cambridge
1525 Washington Street, Boston
14 North Street, Hingham
Last year, more than 1,700 people participated in the Super Hunger Brunch, which helped to provide 183,000 meals to men, women, children, families, seniors, and veterans in almost 200 cities and towns around eastern Massachusetts.
If you’d like to learn more about the 2014 Super Hunger Brunch, visit www.gbfb.org/superhungerbrunch. To view menus, or to make reservations for Super Hunger Brunch, visit the website of your choice of participating restaurant.
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