Friday, April 8, 2011

March of Dimes Dining Out Event on May 13

March of DimesIt's time once again for the March of Dimes Dining Out fundraiser. In its 27th year, Dining Out will take place on May 13. More than 40 top restaurants have offered up a table for 10 and will be serving guests a 3-course meal with wine pairings.

Tables cost $1000 or $1500 depending on the restaurant. Most tables are already sold out, so if you're a procrastinator like me, you need to get a move on! Available restaurants are bolded below. So grab 9 friends and don't miss out on one of the best charitable dining events of the year!

10 Degrees South $1,500 SOLD
4th & Swift $1,500 SOLD
Abattoir $1,500 SOLD
Aja $1,500
Aria $1,500 SOLD
Bacchanalia (6 seats) $900 SOLD
Bakeshop $1,000
C&S Seafood $1,500 SOLD
Canoe $1,500 SOLD
Dantanna's $1,000
Davio's $1,500 SOLD
Dolce $1,500
Eleven $1,500
Floataway Café $1,500 SOLD
Fogo De Chao $1,500 SOLD
Food 101 $1,500 SOLD
Goldfish $1,500
Hal's $1,500 SOLD
Haven $1,500 SOLD
Horseradish Grill $1,500 SOLD
Justin's $1,500
Kyma (table of 8) $1,200 SOLD
La Grotta $1,500 SOLD
Lobby at Twelve $1,000
Local Three $1,500 SOLD
Murphy's $1,000 SOLD
Nava $1,500 SOLD
New York Prime $1,500 SOLD
One Midtown Kitchen $1,500 SOLD
Paces 88 $1,500 SOLD
Parish $1,500
Portofino $1,000 SOLD
Pricci (8 seats) $1,200 SOLD
Rathbun’s $1,500 SOLD
Ritz-Carlton Cafe Buckhead $1,500 SOLD
Room $1,000
Seasons 52 $1,500
Serpas $1,500
Shout $1,500
Shulas 347 $1,500 SOLD
Sip @ Riverside $1,000
Sotto Sotto $1,500 SOLD
Tantra $1,000 SOLD
TAP $1,000
The Capital Grille $1,500 SOLD
Two Urban Licks $1,000 SOLD
Wisteria $1,500 SOLD

After dinner, guests are invited to the “Stepping Out” after party at King Plow Arts Center from 9pm-midnight, where they will enjoy desserts and complimentary cocktails.

For information on hosting a table, visit or contact Liz Taussig at or 404-720-5308. After-party tickets are included with the table purchase, but individual tickets to the after-party may be released to the public; check the web site for updates.

About The March of Dimes
The March of Dimes is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Founded in 1938, the March of Dimes funds programs of research, community services, education, and advocacy to help moms have full term pregnancies and healthy babies. For more information, visit the March of Dimes web site at Find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.



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