City Winery’s “Hungry for Hurricane Relief” Helps Hurricane Harvey and Irma Victims

Proceeds from the urban winery’s most popular appetizer to aid relief efforts

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Now through the end of September, all City Winery locations are donating 50 percent of proceeds from every order of risotto balls to benefit All Hands Volunteers, a volunteer-powered disaster relief organization dedicated to rebuilding hope for people impacted by natural disasters around the world.

“If you dine with us, know that there’s a way to give to hurricane victims,” said City Winery CEO Michael Dorf. “Even if not through us, please give what you can to charities like All Hands Volunteers, who help all those affected.”

Hurricane Harvey remains one of the most devastating hurricanes in recent memory, rendering millions of people without food, shelter and clean water. Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storms ever recorded. “Hungry for Hurricane Relief” provides an additional avenue to raise money and provide support for those affected. For more information on All Hands Volunteers and to donate to the organization directly, follow the link here.

About City Winery

City Winery is a venue that fuses passions for food, wine and music. The City Winery experience blends fine dining and the relaxing ambiance of American wine country, with the restaurant and lounge providing a refined environment with rustic interiors, large stone fireplaces and exposed beams. An urban winery, City Winery also released the first-ever line of Nashville-inspired wines made from grape to bottle in house in spring 2016. City Winery is your destination for the perfect pairing of music, local cuisine and extraordinary wines for an unforgettable affair.

For more information, visit www.citywinery.com

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Cindy Dupree

Director of Public Relations
cindy.dupree@tn.gov
615) 741-9010