Restaurants Throughout San Antonio

Culinaria announces the expansion of Restaurant Weeks to Restaurant Month, August 1-31. More than any other industry, restaurants have suffered the most significant sales and job losses since the COVID-19 outbreak. Initially the HospitALLity House focused on short-term needs by ensuring furloughed workers received a hot meal; now the HospitALLity Fund is a crucial part of Culinaria’s Emergency Relief efforts helping restaurants on the financial brink by assisting them in covering operating costs. “As the pandemic continues, restaurants are adapting and evolving to best fit the needs of the dining community. We are shining a light on restaurants throughout the entire month of August. We encourage people to safely dine-out or take a meal to go,” says Suzanne Taranto-Etheredge, president and CEO, CULINARIA. “Participating restaurants have $20 lunch, $45 dinner, three-course prix-fixe menus for dine-in or to go, and most also offer bar beverages for take-out too. All businesses are so excited to be open and serving the community again; be assured that guest safety and satisfaction is a priority. All have implemented and are enforcing COVID compliant procedures and protocols when it comes to sanitizing and service. Reservations are required.” For a complete list of participating restaurants and information on how you can donate to the HospitALLity Fund, visit www.culinariasa.org. Donations are 100 percent tax deductible. “The mission of Culinaria has always been to promote San Antonio as a culinary destination, and, to support the restaurant and hospitality community when they need us in times of financial hardship or family emergencies, as they have been there for the community in times of hardship - natural disasters, flood and hurricane relief. So, we ask the community to give what you can to help restaurant owners keep their establishments operational. Donations are 100 percent tax deductible,” adds Taranto-Etheredge. Culinaria is an independent, not-for-profit organization committed to promoting San Antonio as a premier wine and food destination while fostering community growth and enrichment. Culinaria is a registered 501 c (3) tax-exempt organization. A volunteer board of directors who represent the community and guide the organization in its mission to champion the wine and food industries governs Culinaria. Accolades: Most Popular Food and Wine Festival - Vanity Fair, 2011 Top 10 American Food Festivals - The Telegraph 2016 Best Food & Wine Event in Texas - Essence 2017 Best Food and Wine Festival to Visit - Readers Digest, 2018

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