While Hurricane Dorian has calmed, people in the Bahamas are still feeling its impact. Over 50 people lost their lives and many more are missing. The Bahamas are hurting and it is time to lend a helping hand.
This Saturday, Sept. 14, Soby’s will be hosting a brunch to raise money for the Bahamas, following the devastating effects of the hurricane. The last brunch was held Oct. 2018 after Hurricane Michael. One Sunday, 20% of all brunch sales from all of our Table 301 restaurants were donated.
The brunch buffet will be from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. with all sales and tips being 100% donated. The cost is $35/adult, $15/child and free for six and under. Guests can make a reservation by calling Soby’s or using OpenTable. Walk-ins are welcome as well.
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