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Get a $2 'Boorito' for wearing a costume to Chipotle

Get a $2 'Boorito' for wearing a costume to Chipotle

ATLANTA -- Scare up a tasty dinner -- and do some good for the community -- by wearing a costume to any Chipotle Mexican Grill on Halloween.

Chipotle customers who arrive in costume between 4 p.m. and close on Wednesday, Oct. 31 will be treated to a burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos for only $2.

"We have always believed that good food should be affordable and accessible to everyone, and our annual Boorito fundraiser is a great opportunity for customers to enjoy a $2 burrito while supporting a great cause," Chipotle founder, chairman and co-CEO Steve Ells said in a statement.

The great cause in question is the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, a nonprofit that works to create a sustainable healthy food supply and raise awareness of food issues. Up to $1 million in proceeds from the Boorito event will go to the charity.

Eat at Chipotle, help Piedmont Park's Education Garden

Eat at Chipotle, help Piedmont Park's Education Garden

ATLANTA -- Eating at Chipotle Mexican Grill just got even better.

All Atlanta-area Chipotle locations will donate the day's proceeds to the Education Garden at Piedmont Park this Wednesday, Oct. 24.

The giveaway is part of the restaurant chain's recognition of Food Day, a nationwide movement that works to improve food policies.

Chipotle will give the Education Garden up to $10,000. More than 800 children visit the garden every year to learn about natural and organic gardening methods.

You can do your part to help the garden by eating at Chipotle on Wednesday. Visit chipotle.com to find your nearest location.

Fall brings new things to Chicken and the Egg

Fall brings new things to Chicken and the Egg

MARIETTA, Ga. -- Chicken and the Egg, the Marietta eatery known for its modern farmstead fare, is kicking off the fall season with an array of exciting offerings. From new menus full of seasonal favorites to budget-friendly specials, there are several options to satisfy all the cravings cooler weather brings.

Owner and Chef Marc Taft and Executive Chef Joseph Ramaglia have collaborated to create delicious fall brunch, lunch and supper menus. New items include the black-eyed pea hummus; Farm Boy meatloaf; Pig + Grits (made with cider-braised pork shoulder); BBQ chicken salad. New dessert offerings include apple cranberry crumble, blueberry trifle and a chocolate chip sundae.

Eat at la Madeleine, help No Kid Hungry

Eat at la Madeleine, help No Kid Hungry

ATLANTA -- La Madeleine Country French Café is making it easy for customers to help hungry kids.

The restaurant chain has teamed up with Share Our Strength to support its annual fundraiser, Dine Out for No Kid Hungry.

"It is tragic that there are kids in our own communities going to bed hungry when there is a solution," la Madeleine president and COO Phil Costner said in a statement. "This is why the la Madeleine family has joined the ranks of those who can and are doing something about it."

From Wednesday, Sept. 5 through Saturday, Sept. 22, la Madeleine customers who donate at least $1 to No Kid Hungry will receive a free triple chocolate peppermint cookie.

A $5 donation will score customers a coupon booklet featuring $20 worth of coupons for la Madeleine favorites, such as bakery treats and the chain's famous tomato basil soup.

Eat at Ruby Tuesday, help Meals on Wheels

Eat at Ruby Tuesday, help Meals on Wheels

COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- Four Atlanta-area Ruby Tuesday restaurants will donate 20% of customers' purchases this week to help Cobb County seniors.

The donations will be collected on Wednesday, Aug. 29 and Thursday, Aug. 30. The money raised will be donated to Meals on Wheels.

To be part of the Ruby Tuesday Community Giveback Program, print out the official flyer and present it to your server.

Print the flyer here.

Participating Ruby Tuesday restaurants include:

Kennesaw
400 Barrett Parkway

Marietta
2435 Delk Road

Smyrna
3197 South Cobb Drive

Woodstock
9490 Highway 92

New Marlow's Tavern location in Dunwoody hosts cocktail party for grilling recipe contest finalists

New Marlow's Tavern location in Dunwoody hosts cocktail party for grilling recipe contest finalists

DUNWOODY, Ga. -- On Saturday, September 8 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.,  Marlow’s Tavern in Dunwoody is celebrating the finalists of the restaurant’s “Get Up in Our Grill” Recipe Contest.

During the popular neighborhood tavern’s six-week long “Red, White and Brew” menu offering, which took place earlier this summer and featured seasonal American favorites, all eight locations of Marlow’s offered grill masters the chance to show of their skills in the Marlow’s Tavern Third Annual Grilling Recipe Contest. Interested grillers entered their favorite recipes from June 12 through July 23, and Executive Chef John C. Metz reviewed all recipes and determined the following six finalists:

·         Bennie Vann of Roswell: Kentucky sausage stuffed pork chops with bourbon-mustard glaze

Sample Cobb's many offerings during Restaurant Week

Sample Cobb's many offerings during Restaurant Week

COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- Craving something new? Check out one of the 44 area restaurants participating in Cobb Restaurant Week.

From Sept. 8-15, the restaurants will offer pre-selected three-course menus for $15, $25 or $35 per person, not including tax and tip.

Cobb Restaurant Week is sponsored by Cobb Travel & Tourism.

Participating restaurants include:

Acworth
* Henry's Louisiana Grill (4825 North Main Street)