Hurricane Harvey relief efforts at Austin bars and restaurants through September

The Austin hospitality industry stepped up in a big way, with dozens of bars and restaurants donating proceeds to Hurricane Harvey relief and collecting relief supplies. Many of the campaigns have ended, but a few businesses continue to collect money and goods.

Kerbey Lane Cafe is donating to the Austin Community Foundation Central Texas Long-Term Hurricane Recovery Fund.

When you purchase an Alamo Drafthouse ticket online, the site gives you the opportunity to contribute to Americares, Greater Houston Community Foundation’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, and the Food Bank of Corpus Christi. The Drafthouse, which matched $20,000 in donations, will continue the campaign through the month.

Downtown seafood restaurant Coast is donating $2 per poke bowl sold through the end of September to relief efforts.

The Hightower teamed with Antonelli’s Cheese and will donate 30% of their Queso Fundido sales (which uses Antonelli’s Cheese) to Austin Disaster Relief Network until September 30.

Through the end of September, Hopdoddy will donate $1 from each Goodnight/Good Cause Burger.

Each Wednesday in September, The Infinite Monkey Theorem winery will donate 100% of profits to the town of Rockport’s recovery fund.

Through the end of September, Kerbey Lane Cafe will donate $1 from every crispy chicken Benedict and green chile mac & cheese sold at its seven locations to the Austin Community Foundation Central Texas Long-Term Hurricane Recovery Fund.

Houston-based Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille is donating $5 from each of its discounted three-course menus to J.J. Watt’s flood relief fund through the end of September.

Through the month of the month, Tiny Pies on South Lamar Boulevard will donate $1 from every Texas Two Step pie sold to the Houston Food Bank.

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