Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: How to Help by Dining Out in Seattle

It seems that people and food come together in times of great tragedy. This week, Seattle restaurants have begun announcing various dinners and specials to help fundraise for Japan disaster relief. Here’s our roundup of local restaurants donating all or a portion of their proceeds to aid our neighbors to the East.

3/15/2011 (TODAY)

Blue C Sushi
All six locations
10% of profits to benefit the American Red Cross

Boom Noodle
Three locations
10% of profits to benefit the American Red Cross

Oddfellows Café and Bar
100% of profits benefits International Medical Corps

King’s Hardware
100% of profits benefits International Medical Corps

Linda’s Tavern
100% of profits benefits International Medical Corps

Smith’s
100% of profits benfits International Medical Corps

 

3/15/2011 (TODAY and all month)

Issian
Wallingford
100% of profits from $3 Miso soup benefit the American Red Cross

 

3/17/2011

Picnic

100% of tasting fees and portion of day’s sales benefit ShelterboxUSA.org

 

Through 3/19/2011

Fuji Bakery
International District
5% of profits to benefit the Seattle Japan Relief

 

Through 3/20/2011

Fresh Bistro
West Seattle
5% of profits benefit the American Red Cross

 

3/28/2011-4/3/2011

Chiso
Fremont
10% of total sales to benefit Peace Winds America

I Love Sushi
Three Locations
10% of total sales to benefit Peace Winds America

Kisaku
Wallingford
10% of total sales to benefit Peace Winds America

Nishino
Madison Park
10% of total sales to benefit Peace Winds America

Shiro's
Belltown
10% of total sales to benefit Peace Winds America

Shun
Ravenna
10% of total sales to benefit Peace Winds America

Sushi Kappo Tamura
Eastlake
10% of total sales to benefit Peace Winds America

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