11/05/2012 01:31:00 PM

Sandy Relief: How to Help at Philly Restaurants

Jonathan Adams' The Diving Horse in Avalon made it through unharmed
Philadelphia came through mostly unscathed during Hurricane Sandy, but surrounding areas were not so lucky. Several bars and restaurants are holding events or specials to raise funds and goods for those in need after the storm.

Jet Wine Bar is celebrating its two year anniversary on South Street West today by donating $2 from any drink sold to Sandy relief efforts.

In Rittenhouse, Shake Shack is offering a special “Rally Shake” inspired by NYC’s iconic Black & White cookie from now through November 11. The shake costs $5.50, of which $2 will be donated to the American Red Cross.

Northern Liberties’ Blind Pig is acting as a drop-off point for relief supplies like toiletries, non-perishable foods, blankets, books and more.

Shore restaurant The Diving Horse incurred no substantial damage, and will take over sister restaurant Pub & Kitchen on Wednesday, November 7, with a seafood-centric menu. Proceeds from the evening’s service will be donated to the New Jersey chapter of the Red Cross.

Tattooed Mom on South Street is throwing a benefit party for the Jersey Shore from 2-7 PM on Sunday, November 11. The Red Cross will receive 30% of all sales during the event, which will feature half-priced drafts from 5-7 PM, raffles, auctions and other specials.


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