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United Way Restaurant Week set for Oct. 10-14

Restaurants from around the community will offer specials or donate a portion of the day's sales to the United Way of Bemidji Area in this year's Restaurant Week, held Oct. 10-14.

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BEMIDJI — Restaurants from around the community will offer specials or donate a portion of the day's sales to the United Way of Bemidji Area in this year's Restaurant Week, held Oct. 10-14.

During the five-day event, 13 restaurants are set to offer deals or donate partial sales to the United Way, a release said.

Here's a look at the schedule for the week:

Monday, Oct. 10:

  • The Coffee District will donate all profits from brewed coffee.
  • Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will donate $1 from every soup sold.
  • CK Dudley’s will donate 10% of lunch sales.
  • Lueken’s Village Foods will donate 10% of Sushi Kabar sales.
  • Lucky Dogs will donate 10% of sales.
  • Big Apple Bagels will donate 10% of sales.
  • Bar 209 will donate 10% of sales.

Tuesday, Oct. 11:

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  • The Coffee District will donate all profits from brewed coffee.
  • Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will donate $1 from every soup sold.
  • CK Dudley’s will donate 10% of lunch sales.
  • Lueken’s Village Foods will donate 10% of Sushi Kabar sales.
  • Slim’s Bar and Grill will donate all profits from pop sales.
  • The Tavern on South Shore will donate $1 from every burger sold.

Wednesday, Oct. 12:

  • The Coffee District will donate all profits from brewed coffee.
  • Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will donate $1 from every soup sold.
  • CK Dudley’s will donate 10% of lunch sales.
  • Lueken’s Village Foods will donate 10% of Sushi Kabar sales.
  • Raphael’s Bakery will donate 10% of sales.
  • Minnesota Nice Cafe will donate 10% of sales.
  • The Tavern on South Shore will donate $1 from every burger sold.

Thursday, Oct. 13:

  • The Coffee District will donate all profits from brewed coffee.
  • Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will donate $1 from every soup sold.
  • CK Dudley’s will donate 10% of lunch sales.
  • Lueken’s Village Foods will donate 10% of Sushi Kabar sales.
  • Wild Hare Bistro will donate 20% of sales.
  • Fozzie’s Smokin Bar B Q will donate 10% of sales.
  • Bar 209 will donate 10% of lunch sales.
  • Minnesota Nice Cafe will donate 10% of sales.
  • The Tavern on South Shore will donate $1 from every burger sold.

Friday, Oct. 14:

  • The Coffee District will donate all profits from brewed coffee.
  • Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will donate $1 from every soup sold.
  • Lueken’s Village Foods will donate 10% of Sushi Kabar sales.
  • Wild Hare Bistro will donate 20% of sales.
  • CK Dudley’s will donate 10% of lunch sales.
  • Bar 209 will donate 10% of lunch sales.
  • Minnesota Nice Cafe will donate 10% of sales.
  • The Tavern on South Shore will donate $1 from every burger sold.
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