Fight food insecurity this month by dining in your own backyard. Every year, 51.6 million meals are distributed to South Florida’s food insecure population by Feeding South Florida, the largest food bank serving Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties. Throughout September, foodies can indulge in Rosemary Square’s second annual Food & Fund Campaign to benefit Feeding South Florida. Participating restaurants will donate $1 of sales from a top-selling menu item back to the food bank.
“We are thrilled to partner with Rosemary Square and its participating restaurants to raise awareness about hunger in South Florida during Hunger Action Month for a second year in a row,” says Paco Vélez, president and CEO of Feeding South Florida. “This partnership is a great example of how, with the help of our community, Feeding South Florida can continue addressing food insecurity for the more than 706,000 individuals we serve throughout South Florida.”
Some of Rosemary Square’s culinary destinations and their respective Food & Fund menu items include Brio Tuscan Grille’s salmon fresca topped with sweet potatoes and a pesto vinaigrette ($24), Ruth Chris Steak House’s raspberry rosemary cosmopolitan complete with Cointreau and muddled raspberries ($14), and a Sloan’s Ice Cream sand castle sundae served in an authentic sand pail ($19.99).
Other participating restaurants include Brother Jimmy’s BBQ, City Cellar, Cabo Flats, Copper Blues Rock Pub and Kitchen, City Pizza, Galley at Hilton West Palm Beach, and Mojito’s Latin Cuisine & Bar.