Dining Out for Life returns for its 30th year of fundraising

Dining Out for Life celebrates its 30th annual HIV/AIDS fundraising event on Thursday, June 13. Through local restaurant donations, the event, hosted by Vivent Health, is able to support the costs of health care for St. Louis HIV patients. The proceeds also fund other essential HIV/AIDS services, such as prevention, education, testing, and more.

This year, Dining Out for Life is joined by more than 20 renowned St. Louis restaurants that are donating a percentage of their sales to the cause. From traditional bar food to Iberian culinary delicacies, a variety of cuisines are represented, perfect for all restaurant-goers. Participating restaurants include Eleven Eleven Mississippi, Idol Wolf, Little Fox, Retreat Gastropub, Taco Buddha, Vicia, and Yellowbelly

Baileys Restaurants—including Bailey’s Range, Bailey’s Chocolate Bar, Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar, Pop Sparkling Bar & Restaurant, Rooster, and Small Batch—are donating up to 50 percent of proceeds toward Dining Out for Life. 

Choosing to dine at any of the local participating establishments on June 13 means a part of the bill will be donated to Vivent Health. Direct donations to the organization of $50 or more will also enter customers in a drawing for a chance to enjoy a 12-person Sky Suite at a 2024/25 season St. Louis Blues game.

Visit the Dining Out for Life website to learn more about the event.

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