World Food Day

Give Back By Dining Out on World Food Day

On Sunday, October 16th the Serenitee Restaurant Group will be donating a percentage of all food sales to local food-based organizations in honor of World Food Day.

A percentage of food sales from Latitude 43, Minglewood Tavern and Cala’s will be donated to The Open Door.

Here’s a complete list of local organizations, by restaurant:

Latitude 43 Minglewood TavernThe Open Door
Cala’sThe Open Door
15 WalnutAcord Food Pantry
Hale Street TavernBeverly Bootstraps
OpusSalem Food Pantry
Maggie’s FarmMiddleton Food Pantry
TWKThe Woburn Social Concern Food Pantry
The Spot:  First Church Boxford Food Pantry

In addition to donating a percentage of all food sales on the 16th, Maggie’s Farm and 15 Walnut will be hosting canned food drives for community food pantries. Guests who bring in a can of food will receive a raffle entry to win an Around the World Card (good for a free appetizer at each of the nine Serenitee Group Restaurants) and a winner will be chosen at each restaurant. 

World Food Day is a day of action against hunger. An estimated 14% of American households are food-insecure at some point during the year – that’s over 48 million people, including 13 million children.

Latitude 43 Bakes for Breast Cancer

Latitude 43 Bakes for Breast Cancer
AND is now open 7 days a week!

For the third year in a row, Latitude 43 is bringing Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer to Gloucester.

To participate, all you need to do is order Latitude’s Red Velvet Cake anytime between now and Sunday May 8th (yes, you can even make a donation while taking your mother out on Mother’s Day. win-win) and Latitude 43 will donate the entire cost of the dessert to help fund breast cancer research.

Lat Boston Bakes dessert

So go ahead… order dessert first. It is for charity.

PS. Latitude & Minglewood Tavern are now open 7 days a week for the season, so you can get your fix any day of the week.