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'Dine Out for Dogs' at Three Kings, Nico Tuesday

The University City restaurants are participating in "Dine Out for Dogs" to raise money for the Humane Society of Missouri.

'Dine Out for Dogs' at Three Kings, Nico Tuesday 'Dine Out for Dogs' at Three Kings, Nico Tuesday

Nico and Three Kings Public House in the Delmar Loop are participating in " Dine Out for Dogs," a fundraiser at St. Louis-area restaurants to benefit the Humane Society of Missouri.

At Milagro, 10 percent of the entire day's sales Feb. 19 will go toward the Humane Society's Animal Cruelty Fund.

The Humane Society's website also lists the following participating restaurants (restaurants in bold are in nearby Patch towns):

  • Anthonino's Taverna on the Hill (10 percent of all lunch sales)
  • Atlas Restaurant (10 percent of dinner sales)
  • Candicci's -- Ballwin (10 percent of all dinner sales)
  • Felix's Pizza Pub (10 percent of all dinner sales)
  • Franco Restaurant (10 percent of dinner sales)
  • Gourmet to Go -- Ladue (10 percent of entire day's sales)
  • Hammerstone's in Soulard (50 percent of all dinner sales)
  • Nico Restaurant (10 percent of dinner sales)
  • Nora's in Dogtown (25 percent of all lunch and dinner sales)
  • Pomme Cafe and Wine Bar (10 percent of entire day's sales)
  • Pomme Restaurant (10 percent of dinner sales)
  • The Shanti -- Soulard (25 percent of entire day's sales)
  • The Sweet Divine (10 percent of entire day's sales)
  • Three Kings Public House (20 percent of all lunch and dinner sales)

What do you think? Will you dine out for dogs today? What are some other "dine out" fundraisers you've participated in? Tell us in the comments.

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