Yesterday evening, I attended an exclusive brunch tasting with several of my local Atlanta blogging buddies at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Buckhead.
Also in attendance was Swetha Gupta of the Make-A-Wish Georgia chapter and Ellie, a 9-year-old Make-A-Wish recipient. Ellie’s wish of becoming a Judge on Master Chef Junior was recently granted and her wish party was held at this Maggiano’s location.
You can help kids like Ellie, just by doing one of your favorite things –
eating Brunch at Maggiano’s.
After fourteen years, more than $7 million raised and more than 900 wishes granted, Maggiano’s Little Italy once again kicks off its annual campaign benefiting Make-A-Wish, a nonprofit organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
This year, Maggiano’s is tapping into Guests’ favorite weekly tradition, brunch, and inviting them to “Brunch With A Purpose,” where $1 will be donated to Make-A-Wish for every brunch entrée ordered thru August 2nd, 2017.
There are so many delicious Brunch options. Chef Thomas Wenning outdoes himself with this menu.
Maggiano’s Little Italy has 52 restaurants nationwide, with 3 locations in the Atlanta area.
How Guests can get involved:
- Enjoy brunch at Maggiano’s from June 1 to Aug. 2 and choose from items such as Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, The Meatball Benedict, Crab Cake Benedict or Crème Brûlée French Toast. For every brunch entrée ordered, $1 will be donated to Make-A-Wish and for every glass of Wish Lemonade ordered $0.50 will also be donated
- Order dessert from Maggiano’s monthly chef’s features menu to support Make-A-Wish year-round. For every featured dessert ordered, $1 is donated to the organization
- Give $10, get $10. For every $10 and above donation, Guests will receive a Star Card with a special offer for their next Maggiano’s visit. New this year, Guests can donate online at site.wish.org/maggianos
- Get social by sharing a photo of your experience at Maggiano’s on Twitter and/or Instagram using #EatADish4MAW
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