Dine Out for a Good Cause at Cactus

Cactus Restaurants pledges $10,000 to help fund hurricane relief efforts

Hungry to help victims of hurricanes Irma and Harvey? From Sept. 27 through the Oct. 27, Cactus Restaurants is donating $1 from every item sold off its feature menu to the American Red Cross to help fund hurricane relief efforts in Texas, Florida, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. All five Cactus locations are participating, and the restaurant has pledged a minimum donation of $10,000.

“We hope to exceed our $10,000 donation pledge,” said Cactus co-owner Bret Chatalas. “We feel strongly about feeding and taking care of people here at Cactus, and by extension, those affected by the hurricanes. We think this is a great avenue for our customers to help their fellow Americans start to rebuild their lives.”

The feature menu includes a wide variety of items for guests to choose from, like roasted carrot tacos made using organically grown carrots from Sound Sustainable Farms, and even cocktails like the Patron single barrel Old Fashioned.

is a staff writer at 425 magazine. Email her.
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