Tap Project Comes to Town

World Water Day is Saturday, March 22nd – in honor of the occasion and to help UNICEF provide access to safe water and sanitation facilities all over the world, local restaurateurs are joining the Tap Project. Originally started in New York and now in a dozen cities across the country, Tap Project enlists the help of diners from Sunday, March 16th through Saturday, March 22nd asking them to contribute a dollar for a glass of tap water that’d usually be on the house. The restaurants hand the funds over to UNICEF who will use the money to provide clean drinking water to countries where it’s scarce – Laos, Angola, Iraq. You can do your part at restaurants like 33 Restaurant & Lounge, Beehive, Café Fleuri, Chiara, Clio, Craigie Street Bistrot, Excelsior, The Fireplace, Grill 23 & Bar, Harvest, Henrietta’s Table, KO Prime, Masa, Olives, Pigalle, Rialto, Rocca, Rustic Kitchen, STIX, Toro and UpStairs on the Square. For more information about the Tap Project, including a full list of participating restaurants, check out their website.

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