If you love animals just as much as you love food, mark your calendar for April 23.
That’s when Honey in Doylestown will host a charity dinner for the nonprofit organization Animal Lifeline. The restaurant, located on Shewell Avenue, is a local favorite known for its small plate focus and romantic atmosphere.
That night only, Honey will offer an eight-course shared vegetarian tasting, which will be $150 per couple. All of the food sales will go to Animal Lifeline, a Warrington-based nonprofit that strives to create humane solutions for animals locally and nationally. Animal Lifeline provides animal rescue and transport, disaster response, shelter and rescue rehabilitation, humane education, adoption, food bank programs and more.
In addition to the food, there will also be kittens available for adoption outside of the restaurant that night.
"We are so thankful for Amy and Joe at Honey for donating their dinner sales to Animal Lifeline. We greatly appreciate Honey for giving the local community an opportunity to raise funds for at risk pets in Bucks County,” said Denise Bash, founder of Animal Lifeline.
During the event, customers will have an opportunity to win a raffle prize for a $150 Gift Card to Honey.
Can’t go on April 23? You can still help out. Bring five or more pounds of pet food to either Honey or Life on the Leash in Doylestown from now until the event and you’ll be entered for a chance to win prizes.
“We are so excited to host this event with Animal Lifeline and Life on the Leash. They do such amazing and important work helping animals. We have five cats and two dogs that bring so much joy to our lives. It's heartwarming to see the kind folks at Lifeline reuniting families, saving lives and finding forever homes for all those innocent animals in desperate need," Honey owners Joe and Amy McAtee said in a statement.
To make reservations, call 215-489-4200. Space is limited.