These Restaurants Are Donating A Portion Of Sales To Planned Parenthood On Jan. 21, So You Can Show Support For The Women's March Just By Eating
The day has finally come: Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th President of the United States. After his unexpected victory in November, protesters across the country have been making their voices heard — and now one of the biggest protests yet is about to take place. The Women's March on Washington — in D.C. on Saturday, January 21 — has over 100,000 registered participants, and is even projected to draw a bigger crowd than Trump's inauguration. It's incredibly awe-inspiring to see so many women (and men) coming together for a good cause, but even if you can't physically be there, that doesn't mean you can't show your support for the Women's March in other ways.
If you're a New Yorker who's not able to make the trip to D.C. this weekend, there's an easy way to get involved and show support for women on the day of the march: treat yourself to a good meal. To show solidarity with women, a group of NYC-based restaurants are pledging to donate a portion of their sales on Jan. 21 to the NYC chapter of Planned Parenthood.
Here are the drool-worthy restaurants participating in We Support Our Women. If you're a hungry New Yorker, check out one of these locations to eat delicious food and give back.
All three Mile End locations — downtown, Midtown, and Brooklyn — will be donating a portion of their sales to PP.
This swanky bar can serve up a cocktail to keep you warm and give back this Saturday.
You can support women by ordering a strip steak sans regret at this West Village restaurant on Jan. 21.
This gastropub in West Village is the perfect spot for a weekend indulgence.
Also in West Village, Perla Cafe is a modern Italian restaurant with a to-die-for brunch menu.
Located on the iconic Waverly Place (shoutout Selena Gomez), Jeffrey's Grocery is an American eatery and oyster bar.
This rustic New American spot (also on Waverly Place) is equal parts yummy and cozy.
This upscale Lower East Side spot serves modern French cuisine (snails not included).
Acme, located in NoHo, serves ~fancy~ French and Italian food — and killer cocktails because why not?
If you're wandering the Lower East Side, desperately craving Mexican food, stop in to Tijuana Picnic on the 21st to eat good for a good cause.
12The Happiest Hour
As if you needed another excuse to hit up happy hour. This self-described 'whimsical' cocktail bar can whip up a drink to curb your post-inauguration stress.
This Nolita joint has reasonably priced and excellently spiced Thai fare.
We're feeling pretty swoony over this grain bowl at Sunnyside's newest spot, Ida's Nearabout pic.twitter.com/fuxSAUbT4p— Sunnyside Shines (@SunnysideShines) October 18, 2016
Located in Sunnyside, Queens, Ida's Nearabout is a hot spot for American food.
This Boerum Hill spot serves Northern Italian food, plus wine and cocktails (duh).
16Grass Roots Juicery
If you're in the mood for something lighter, Grass Roots can make you a healthy and delish juice, instead.
NYC folks: get out there and treat yourself to a tasty meal at one of these restaurants on Jan. 21 as a small way to show support for women. And if you live elsewhere, check out one of the many other ways to show solidarity with the Women's March on Washington (or donate directly to Planned Parenthood here).