October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and plenty of restaurants in Chicago are stepping up to the plate by supporting foundations that aid survivors. If you’re looking for a way to support those who live with this malady, all you have to do is visit one of these outstanding restaurants. Each one is featuring specialty meals that give a little bit back to breast cancer awareness foundations and research centers.
302 N Green St
Order up the Green Chile Bramble with St. George green chile, Leopold blackberry, lemon, and honey for just $13 and $1 from each cocktail will benefit The Lynn Sage Foundation.
444 W Fullerton Pkwy
The “Kick Cancer Cosmo” is made with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, fresh lime juice garnished with a lemon twist, all for just $14, and $1 from every entree sold will benefit the Lynn Sage Foundation this month.
Enjoy one of Beatrix’s specialty Pink Ribbon Sugar Cookies, running at $2.95, and they’ll donate $1 from each sale to The Lynn Sage Foundation.
87 E Wacker
Frosting their Signature Coconut Cake pink this season, Ocean Prime is benefiting Gilda’s Club, a free support community for men, women, teens, and children living with cancer, along with their families and friends, with $1 from each cake sold.
835 N Michigan Ave
Foodlife brings you a Pink Pearl Cupcake with pink frosting and sprinkles this month. Pay the meager $5 to donate $1 from each sale to The Lynn Sage Foundation!
620 N State St
The new Pomegranate Granita is absolutely mouthwatering. For just $3.95, you can get a taste of this delicious confection and donate $1 from each sale to The Pink Agenda!
1 W Wacker Dr
The Homemade Pomegranate Ginger Ale from Wow Bao runs at $3.29 and partial proceeds will benefit The Lynn Sage Foundation all through October.
355 N Clark St
Bodega is creating a specialty “Breast Friends” box, which includes a strawberry cheesecake churro dipper shaped like the breast cancer awareness ribbon and a BomboBar strawberry cheesecake bomboloni that will be on sale throughout the month of October for just $16. Proceeds go to benefit the Lynn Sage Foundation.
832 W Randolph St
Just in time for October, BomboBar is bringing back their Bombos for Boobies campaign, which equals a set of two bombolini filled with pink buttercream AND a specialty T-Shirt that’s just too cute to pass up. With every purchase, proceeds will be donated back to the Lynn Sage Foundation.
508 North State Street
Cantina Laredo is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness this month by offering a Pink Guava Mojito, made with Cruzan Aged Light Rum, The Perfect Purée Pink Guava, fresh mint, lime, and club soda for just $10.50.
5101 N. Clark Street
This October, get the Bar Roma Spritz, made with Blood Orange Amara, Aperol, and Prosecco, priced at $11, and supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
1401 S Michigan Ave
Chicago Firehouse’s Cocktail of the Month is a delicious Hibiscus Daiquiri, featuring rum, house-made hibiscus simple syrup, and lime for $12 during regular hours. Get a half-price discount on this specialty drink by ordering during the restaurant’s daily happy hour from 4 – 6 p.m.
1014 W Taylor St
Several dishes on the menu at Tuscany will be listed with a pink ribbon. Every time one of these specially chosen dishes is ordered, proceeds will be donated to the Lynn Sage ‘In Good Taste’ Campaign. Order as much as you like to support a worthy cause this month.
100 E. Ontario St
Lawry’s The Prime Rib partners with J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. For every bottle of J. Lohr Carol’s Vineyard 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon sold, J. Lohr winery will donate $3 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, while Lawry’s The Prime Rib Chicago will also donate $1 for every bottle of any J. Lohr wine bottle sold to the Lynn Sage Foundation. Lawry’s will also match all guests’ donations made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation this October.
330 N. Wabash Ave
For every glass of Mathilde Chapoutier Côte de Provence Rosé 2017 ($15 per glass) sold, $1 will be donated to Bright Pink. For each bottle sold ($75 per bottle), Travelle will donate $5 to the organization.
2075 N Lincoln Ave
A portion of the proceeds generated from the specially made Raspberry Mousse Bomb—which is made with dark chocolate, pomegranate seeds, and pistachio cake crumble—will go toward the Lynn Sage Foundation for the whole month of October.
If you’re curious to find even more specials, check out Chicago’s In Good Taste campaign, which includes a complete list of all participating restaurants in support of Breast Cancer Awareness this month and all months.
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