Los Angeles Restaurants Give Back After Woolsey Fire

6th & La Brea (Courtesy Nick Gingold)

The Woolsey Fire is leaving a devastating impact in Los Angeles and a few local restaurants are offering specials that directly benefit various relief funds and charities to help support the rebuild efforts, animals and people who have been directly affected by the fire.

The Crack Shack, the gourmet fried chicken concept by chef Richard Blais will be donating 100% of profits from the Westfield Century City & Pasadena locations from the Coope Deville sandwich on Saturday & Sunday to the Ventura County Community Foundation.

Coop Deville (Courtesy The Crack Shack)

Prawn, the fast-casual seafood concept by chef Mark Peel, will be donating 100% of profits from the Fish & Chips and Lemonade at both Grand Central Market and Pasadena locations, directly to the  Ventura County Community Foundation on Friday & Saturday.

All Los Angeles Artisanal Brewers Collective brewing locations – The Stalking Horse6th & La BreaBluebird Brasserie and Broxton– will be donating 20% of ABC beer sales on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to The Humane Society of Ventura County.

From Artisanal Brewers Collective’s restaurant and bar division –  The Old Chalet, Mohawk Bend and Tony’s Darts Away will be donating  $1 from each purchase of the below items directly to the Humane Society of Ventura County this weekend (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)

The Old Chalet

Lunazul Blanco Tequila $7 ($5 Happy Hour) well drinks or shots

Mohawk Bend

Pepperoni pizza v/nv and cheese pizza v/nv – $14/15

Tony’s Darts Away

Darts Away Jr. Burger (v)

Impossible Burger Patty, Follow Your Heart American Cheese, Russian spread, mixed greens, tomato and onion on a hamburger bun $13

 

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