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Talk of the Town Restaurant Group gives back to the local community

This morning the locally owned and operated Talk of the Town Restaurant Group prepared and donated 700 entrée style salads with steak and chicken grilled by their Executive Chefs for the healthcare workers at Advent Health Celebration and Altamonte Springs as a way of saying thank you to our local heroes on National Nurses Day.

They partnered with Orlando PepsiCo who donated all the drinks and Cheney Brothers who donated all the to-go containers.

Photos courtesy of Brittanie Olavarria, Director of Marketing at Talk of The Town Restaurant Group & Shannon Malarik.

Last month, Talk of the Town Restaurant Group partnered with Kids Beating Cancer for a special fundraising event in the safety of guest’s home.  We stopped by Talk of the Town HQ to check them out.

For the fundraising event, local residents ordered one of their three dinner packages via delivery and then hosted their own fine dining experience from their kitchen.

The dinner package featured Talk of the Town’s quality steaks, sweet butter cakes and proprietary wine.

They raised over $20,000 and all of the money raised went to support children battling cancer to help fund critical treatments.

Donations were 100% tax deductible.

Filet mignon, wine and sweet butter cake for the #StayInForACure campaign with Kids Beating Cancer.

Giving back is not new to the Orlando-based Talk to the Town Restaurant Group.  Before the governor’s executive orders to suspend on-premise dining, all of their restaurants (Charley’s Steak HouseFishBones, Johnny’s Hideaway, MoonFish, Texas Cattle Company and Vito’s Chophouse) participated in the “Round Up for Charity” program asking guests to round up their checks to the nearest dollar to support local charities throughout Central Florida.

Some of these charities included: Kids Beating Cancer, Ronald McDonald House, Orlando Magic Foundation, Special Olympics, Coalition for the Homeless, Habitat for Humanity, and the OneOrlando Fund for Pulse Nightclub victims.

This past February they reached a huge milestone by raising over $1,000,000.

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