Coffee, Wine and Fine Dining to Help Australia Heal

01/10/2020 in
Coffee, Wine and Fine Dining to Help Australia Heal

Help the people and animals impacted by the devastating wildfires in Australia by wining and dining in Lower Manhattan.

From January 13 to 19, Boundless Plains Espresso, an Aussie-inspired cafe on Rector Street, will donate 100 percent of its profits to help Australia. On Friday, January 17 and Friday, January 24, Crown Shy is offering two special seatings of Australian wine dinners, hosted by Wine Director Luke Boland; 100 percent of the revenue from each $200 ticket will be donated to the Australian Red Cross and a koala hospital. Starting January 10, Crown Shy will also exclusively serve Australian wines in by-the-glass pours all month long, donating 10 percent of the earnings. 

You can also donate directly to the Australian Red Cross here.

Tags: australian red cross, Boundless Plains Espresso, crown shy

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