Dozens of local restaurants will team up with The Healing Place to “86 Addiction” in our community by donating 10 percent of their July 13 sales proceeds to help men and women struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.
In addition to raising money for The Healing Place’s nationally recognized recovery program, restaurant partners will be raising awareness about the problem of addiction in the restaurant industry itself, as well as the services provided by The Healing Place. (Recent podcast interviewee chef Griffin Paulin touted The Healing Place’s work with local industry employees.)
According to a news release from The Healing Place, addiction does not discriminate and affects every family, business and civic arm of our community. We believe the best way to improve our community is to provide solutions to for those engaged in the battle. Funds donated by these generous restaurateurs go a long way to helping out. We encourage you to dine at this participating establishments Wednesday.
The list to date includes:
- Anoosh Bistro (4864 Brownsboro Rd.)
- Asiatique (1767 Bardstown Rd.)
- Brasserie Provence (150 N. Hurstbourne Pkwy.)
- Diamond Pub and Billiards (3814 Frankfort Ave.)
- M. Franks an O’Shea’s Pub (355 Spring St., Jeffersonville)
- Joella’s Hot Chicken (3400 Frankfort Ave.)
- Joella’s Hot Chicken (13401 Shelbyville Rd.)
- Manny & Merle (122 W. Main St.)
- Molly Malone’s (933 Baxter Ave.)
- Molly Malone’s (3900 Shelbyville Rd.)
- Noosh Nosh (4816 Brownsboro Ct.)
- O’Shea’s Public House (956 Baxter Ave.)
- Pat’s Steak House (2437 Brownsboro Rd.)
- Patrick O’Shea’s (123 W. Main St.)
- The Café (712 Brent St.)
- The Joy Luck (1285 Bardstown Rd.)
- The Joy Luck (9850 Von Allmen Ct. Suite 101)
- Uptown Café (1624 Bardstown Rd.)
- Vincenzo’s Italian Restaurant (150 S. 5th St.)
- Volare (2300 Frankfort Ave.)
- Which Wich (9850 Von Allmen Ct. Suite 103)
Since restaurants are added to the list daily to the list of participants, click here to see the most recent lineup.
The mission of The Healing Place is to reach men and women suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, provide the tools for recovery, and help restore productive lives. The Healing Place has served Louisville and surrounding areas since 1989. The Healing Place helps more than 700 men and women daily, providing services at no cost to the client. Learn more about The Healing Place at www.thehealingplace.org.