Local Restaurants to Donate Money to Charities During Inauguration Weekend

You can eat, drink and give back all weekend long thanks to a coalition of local restaurants and bars.

More than 90 restaurants and bars in Washington, D.C., and Maryland will donate a portion of their sales from inauguration weekend to local charities.

"All In Service" will kick off Friday and last through the weekend. Each participating restaurants picked a charity that benefits residents in the D.C. area. The businesses will decide individually how much to donate, according to a spokeswoman. 

The charities being supported include: Martha's Table, Planned Parenthood, Ayuda, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, CASA Maryland and many more. 

Not hungry?

You can also give back while you shop. 

Willow DC in Petworth says it will donate 10 percent of its sales to Mary's Center, a group that provides healthcare, family literacy and social services to those in need. 


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Logan 14 Aveda Lifestyle Salon near Logan Circle is also helping out, donating 5 percent of its proceeds to The DC Center, Martha's Table, N Street Village. 

See a map of participating locations below:

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