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Dine to make a difference on Long Beach Peninsula

January dinner promos benefit Boy & Girls Club

Published on January 4, 2018 12:24AM

King salmon

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King salmon


Several top eateries on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula have expanded the popular “restaurant week” concept and will offer 3-for-$33 dinners Sunday through Thursdays in January.

The promotion, “Dining to Make a Difference,” will benefit the local Boys & Girls Club.

“From our beach clean-ups to small-town charitable events, we’ve seen visitors seek out ways to contribute to the local community,” said Andi Day, executive director of the Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau. “Restaurant month will be an opportunity to enjoy a three-course meal at some of our top restaurants while feeling good about supporting local youth programs.”

When diners on weeknights in January mention the promo code DMD2018 at The Depot Restaurant, 42nd Street Café & Bistro, The Cove, Pickled Fish, Salt Pub and Galletti’s, 10 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Boys & Girls Club of the Long Beach Peninsula. A 10 percent donation will also be gifted by select lodging when the promo code DMD2018 is mentioned while making a room reservation. Participating lodges include Adrift Hotel, Inn at Discovery Coast, Salt Hotel, Enchanted Cottages and Campbell House.

The birthplace of Pacific Northwest cuisine, the Long Beach Peninsula continues to be home to sought-out eateries that celebrate local seafood from the Pacific Ocean, Willapa Bay and Columbia River basin, as well as foraged foods and produce, meats and dairy from nearby farms and ranches. Ultra-fresh salmon, briny oysters and succulent Dungeness crab are among the choice offerings.

The Boys & Girls Club of the Long Beach Peninsula provides a safe place for children to have fun, get a hot meal, be creative, be part of a team, get help with homework and gather with friends. It is an important support organization for many of the area’s visitor industry workers.

For “Dining to Make a Difference” details, including participants and special offers, visit lbpfood.com. For destination information and trip planning, call the Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau at 360-642-2400 or access visitlongbeachpeninsula.com.



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