Sarah Liu is a chef at Babo Korean Bar. She said it is encouraging that people are trying to prevent racism towards Asian-Americans. Avo – Biscuits with Jam & Biscuits with Gravy (20% of each order) Babo Korean Bar- Scallion Pancake ($1 from every order) Butcher & Bee – Rip and Dip Focaccia with Lamb Jus and Date Jam ($1 from every order) East Side Bahn Mi – Ham Hock Terrine, Pate, Smoked Giffords Bologna, Shallot Mayo, Pickles, Cilantro, Cucumber, Jalapenos, Maggi, all served on Chef Gracie Nguyen’s Fresh Baked Baguette ($1 from every order) Locust – Hand-Cut Noodles ($1 from every order) Lou – Rotating Weekly Pastry – ($2 from every order) Nicky’s Coal Fired – Daily Pizza ($1 from every order) “It is something that exists and I don’t think people are aware of it, and I think that’s definitely affected me in a more positive way,” said Sarah Liu.
“Whether you can donate $10 or $10,000, everyone is on a spectrum of that. Every little bit helps,” Nelson said. Sara Nelson said it was a no-brainer to select a dough-inspired dish off their menu and send proceeds of those sales to an organization fighting for civil rights and fighting against hate.
These are the offerings of the Nashville restaurants participating in the #DoughSomething campaign: “It’s easy to be kind of be in the bubble of your safe neighborhood, or your progressive neighbors or whatever it is, and then it’s really easy to forget over here and over there that stuff is happening,” said Sara Nelson, co-owner of Babo Korean Bar. “It’s happening everywhere.”
Source www.newschannel5.com The participating restaurants will donate proceeds throughout the month of May.
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