Minnesota Mixer, the cocktail hour at Café Lurcat that gives back
Eat (and drink!) locally to help fill empty plates in Minnesota
The people at the awarding winning Café Lurcat and Central Bank of Southwest Florida invite you to a special Minnesota Mixer, no de-icer required! The event benefits Hunger Solutions Minnesota, a non profit that works to end hunger throughout Minnesota.
Celebrate a good cause in style at Café Lurcat, named “Best New Restaurant” by Naples Illustrated. Along with all of their great nosh, Café Lurcat will serve a very special cocktail just for the event: the Minnesota Mojito. The recipe was developed by Dean Phillips, who makes Prairie Organic Vodka in Minnesota.
Café Lurcat will donate 50% of all sales to Hunger Solutions Minnesota to help fuel their hunger relief work. One in five Minnesota families struggles to put healthy meals on the table. Bring your friends for a fun evening out and make a difference in the lives of needy families.
David Howes, General Manager at Cafe and Bar Lurcat says, “We are always looking for ways to give back to our communities and what better way to show our support than to help hungry families back home in Minnesota. Memories of childhood meals connect us to our past and we want to help ensure all kids have can make food memories without worry.”
Monday, February 2
494 5th Avenue South
Naples FL 34102
In case you want to mix this at home, here’s the recipe for the Minnesota Mojito.
- Prairie Organic Vodka
- Agave Nectar or Simple Syrup
- Fresh Lime and Mint
- Seltzer/soda water
About Hunger Solutions Minnesota
Hunger Solutions Minnesota works to end hunger via the Minnesota Food HelpLine and by advancing fair public nutrition policies on behalf of hungry Minnesotans. We connect Minnesota’s food shelves with funding, technical assistance and logistical support to reach the one in five families in need. Our work is made possible through the generous support of donors across the country, each sharing our commitment to ensuring no Minnesotan will struggle with food insecurity alone. Recognized as the most efficient civic non profit for two years running by the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal. For more information visit: Hungersolutions.org