Local restaurants are dishing out kindness for the Asheville Humane Society

The annual Dine To Be Kind fundraiser lets you support local animals while eating at some of your favorite spots.

A grey fluffy kitten licks his lips while sitting on a grey and white blanket.

Enjoy some tasty treats for a good cause.

Photo by Asheville Humane Society

Bone appétit. More than 60 local restaurants are joining the Asheville Humane Society’s 19th Annual Dine To Be Kind fundraiser to support animals in the organization’s care.

And if you want to get involved, all you have to do is dine out on Tuesday, April 2 at one of the participating locations. That’s right — no restricted menus or special cocktails. The restaurants donate a percentage of all of their sales for the day.

Premier restaurants, like Grey Eagle Taqueria and The Blackbird, will donate 25% of their sales; participating restaurants, like Vinnie’s Neighborhood Italian and Haywood Common, will donate 15% of the proceeds. But that barely scratches the surface — check out the whole list of restaurants before you chow down.

Pro tip: Some of the restaurants will be donating on Wednesday, April 3 instead, so look for the spots marked “Wednesday.”

If you don’t have a desire to dine, explore other ways to support.