Dine Out for the Cure in Cincinnati Sept. 11, 2013 - Cincinnati News, Weather, Sports from FOX19 NOW-WXIX

Help Komen when you Dine Out for the Cure

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Susan G. Komen Greater Cincinnati affiliate will host its first Dine Out for the Cure® event on Wednesday, Sept. 11 with 12 participating restaurants. 

By dining out for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner, customers can support local breast cancer programs and enjoy a great meal before participating in our 16th Annual Race for the Cure.

Here's a list of participating restaurants:

The Banks
Crave
175 Joe Nuxhall Way - Lunch & Dinner  -  20%

Downtown
Boi Na Braza
441 Vine Street - 50% of desserts & a $500 minimum!

Hyde Park
Unwind Wine Bar
3435 Michigan Ave. - Dinner  - 20 %

Milford
Ruby Tuesday
315 Rivers Edge Drive -  Lunch & Dinner - 20%
*FLYER REQUIRED

Mason
Eli's Sports Bar & Grill
3187 Western Row Rd. - Lunch & Dinner - 20%

Thirsty's
5579 St. Rt. 741 - Lunch & Dinner - 20%

Newport
Brother's Bar and Grill
1 Levee Way - Lunch & Dinner - $500 donation!

Liberty
Eli's Sports Bar & Grill
4895 Hamilton Princeton Rd. - Lunch & Dinner - 20%

Montgomery
Potbelly
7800 Montgomery Rd. - 3 pm - 8pm  -25%

Ruby Tuesday
7800 Montgomery Rd. - Lunch & Dinner - 20%
*FLYER REQUIRED

Ross
Eli's Sports Bar & Grill
3825 Kraus Ln. - Lunch & Dinner – 20%

Tri- County

Ruby Tuesday
11700 Princeton Pike - 20% - Lunch & Dinner
*FLYER REQUIRED

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