Kimpton Chefs to Cycle to Support No Kid Hungry + In-Restaurant Fundraising

This month, employees from Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants are clocking in 300 miles for Chefs Cycle to raise funds and awareness for No Kid Hungry. This year’s goal is to have 275 chefs riding to raise $2M for No Kid Hungry, which translates into 20 million meals for kids in America facing hunger.

Kimpton will have 24 riders from more than 10 properties participate in the cycling event, including CEO Mike DeFrino! The brand is calling on all fans to join in to help fundraising efforts by donating to the Kimpton cycling team’s fundraising page.

In addition to participating in the three-day ride, Kimpton chefs and bartenders across the country will feature a cocktail or dish on their menus to benefit No Kid Hungry — see below for examples. When restaurant and bar-goers order that item, the property will donate a portion of sales to No Kid Hungry. Additionally, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants will offer guests 15 percent off their Best Flexible Rate, and donate $10 / night to No Kid Hungry as part of their partnership with the charity in 2019 — see here for more details.

* 312 Chicago (Chicago, IL) — The restaurant will donate $1 from each purchase of the Orecchiette Tartufate, which includes Mild‎ Italian Sausage, Mushroom, Black Truffle and Fontina Cream Sauce. From March 1 — June 30.
* Fisk & Co. — Fisk & Co is donating $1 for each Lobster Roll sold, as well as every Short’s Brewing Company’s Local Light beer purchased.
* Tre Rivali (Milwaukee, WI) — Donating $2 for each Blackberry Bramble cocktail sold, and $2 for each Poached Pear and Nutella Hand Pie sold through December 31.
* The Outsider Rooftop (Milwaukee, WI) — Donating $2 for each sale of That Seasonal One cocktail, which features Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Edinburgh Rhubarb Ginger Liqueur, Warre’s Warrior Port, Tattersal Orange Crema, lemon, Angostura bitters.
* King Tide Fish & Shell (Portland, OR) — On April 15, Chef Lauro Romero hosted a fundraiser dinner with guest chefs Maylin Chavez (Olympia Oyster Bar), Matt Sigler (Il Solito), and Tom Dunklin (The Waiting Room). The five-course family-style dinner included a seafood tower, grilled whole fish, surf-and-turf, and dessert board, plus wine and cocktail pairings. Tickets were $70 and included dinner and drinks, with 100 percent of proceeds going to No Kid Hungry.
* The Copper Grouse (Manchester, VT) — Donating $1 from each Locavore and Old Forrester Old Fashioned sold.
* Boleo (Chicago) — Donating $1 for each purchase of the Yaquitas (crispy yucca fries with rocoto aioli)
* Outlier (Seattle, WA) – Bikes, Bites and Beats at Outlier: On Sunday, April 28, Outlier, Burn Cycle and Ketel One Botanicals are throwing the ultimate Sunday Funday for a great cause. Start your morning off with a 30 minute low-impact, high-intensity sweat sesh hosted by Burn Cycle’s expertly trained instructors. Once you’re done feeling the burn, snack on light bites from the culinary team at Outlier, and indulge in healthy-‘ish,’ custom cocktails from Outlier’s bar team featuring Ketel One Botanicals, a vodka distilled with real botanicals and infused with natural fruit essences — with no sugar and no artificial sweeteners or flavors. Stick around for more fun, including massage tables, a botanical bouquet building station and Outlier’s GM, Brian McFarland riding the ‘blender bike’ and spinning a variety of Kettle One Botanical blended cocktails. Tickets range from $20 – $30 and all proceeds benefit No Kid Hungry and Outlier’s support and participation in Chefs Cycle.
* Henley (Nashville, TN) – Henley will donate $1 from every Henley Mint Julep sold during Kentucky Derby Weekend from May 3rd through May 5th.
* Jane Q (Los Angeles) — Donating $1 from every Cinnamon Toast Latte ordered.
* Ever Bar (Los Angeles) – Donating $1 from every Drink Your Vegetables cocktail ordered.
* Angeline’s (Charlotte, NC) — Angeline’s is donating $1 for every Velvet Slipper cocktail purchased; and Tito’s Handmade Vodka will match for every dollar donated
* Merchant & Trade (Charlotte, NC) — Merchant & Trade is donating $1 for every Velvet Slipper cocktail purchased; and Tito’s Handmade Vodka will match for every dollar donated
* B&O American Brasserie (Baltimore, MD) — Donating $1 from all Queen Bee cocktail sales from May 1-31, and $1 from all duck wings sales from May 1-31.
* Brabo Brasserie (Alexandria, VA) — Donating $1 from all daily special cocktail sales for the month of May.
* DNV Rooftop (Washington, DC) — Donating $1 from all Grumpy Guru cocktail sales from May 1-31.
* Firefly (Washington, DC) — Donating $1 from all Pedal Pusher cocktail sales from May 1-31, and $1 from all Brussel Sprouts sales from May 1-31.
* Radiator (Washington, DC) — Donating $1 from all Rad Burger sales from April 1-30, $1 from all Brussel Sprouts sales from April 1-30, and $1 from all Ride the World cocktail sales from April 1-30.
* Urbana (Washington, DC) — Donating $1 from every item sold from all-day Kentucky Derby event on May 4.
* Bambara Kitchen & Bar (Cambridge, MA) — Sales from Bambara’s signature Choereg bread and Fiddlehead IPA will benefit Chefs Cycle/No Kid Hungry. Additionally, Chef David Bazirgan, Bambara Kitchen and Bar, returns to his hometown of Newburyport, MA on May 5th to host a guest chef dinner at Brine Oyster Bar. Net proceeds from this 4-course, $55 per person dinner will benefit Chefs Cycle / No Kid Hungry.
* The Commoner (Pittsburgh, PA) – Donating $1 from each Beef Brisket Sandwich, Chicken Pot Pie and Not So Old Fashioned cocktail sold. Also hosting a fundraiser on May 7 and May 9, offering a $90 per person dinner which will feature a Grilled Apricot Salad, Herb Stuffed Lamb Breast and Hibiscus & Lavender Crème Brulee.
* Stratus Lounge (Philadelphia, PA-) — Donating $2 per order of Pastrami Sliders to No Kid Hungry.