Several Boulder County restaurants are supporting the Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) with an event called “Dining Out Days.” On one specified day each month, a select restaurant donates 10 to 25% of its sales to this non-profit organization. Next month, on Thursday, April 7, Black Cat Farm to Table Bistro will be donating 20% of their dinner profits to this effort.
Black Cat is a bistro tucked just off the Pearl Street Mall in downtown Boulder that serves creative modern French and American cuisine. Unlike any other restaurant in town, Black Cat has actually created an organic farm to supply the restaurant with just-picked produce.
The mission of Boulder County AIDS Project is to provide support, advocacy, and education to those in the Boulder community infected with or affected by HIV, and to serve as an information center to prevent further transmission of HIV and AIDS. Dining Out Days allows you to support this laudable organization while enjoying delicious, locally sourced cuisine, so make your dinner reservation today for April 7th at Black Cat. Oh, and call ahead to reserve the private booth in the back of the dining room — it feels like a fortune teller’s table.
[Photo courtesy of Black Cat]