The annual Dine for the Diner takes place tomorrow, and more than 35 restaurants are participating, including seven food trucks.

The day, April 18, is the annual Eat Out to End Hunger Day, and the only thing you must do to raise money for St. Joseph’s Diner is to eat out at any participating restaurant. The restaurants then donate 10 percent of your purchase to the diner, which serves free lunch to anyone who is hungry as well as delivers meals to Lafayette’s homebound.

Make a reservation at any of the restaurants, or visit the food truck roundup from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Outlaws on Johnston St. Food trucks participating are Acadiana Grilled Cheese Co., Freetown Fries, Hibachi Hero, LA StrEAT, Lil’ Chubs Grill, Pelon’s Mexican Hot Dogs and Viva la Waffle.

The brick-and-mortar restaurants participating are:
Another Broken Egg
Antoni’s Italian Cafe
BJ’s Pizza & Deli
Bon Temps Grill
Charley G’s
Chick-fil-A - Amb. Caffery Pkwy.
Chick-fil-A - Louisiana Avenue
Chris’ Po-boys - Amb. Caffery Pkwy.
Chris’ Po-boys - Moss Street
Chris’ Po-boys - Pinhook
Dean-O’s Pizza
Dean-O’s Pizza South
Ema’s Cafe
Fat Pat’s
Fat Pat’s - Westmark Blvd.
Great Harvest Bread Co.
iMonelli
Johnson’s Boucaniere
Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro
Lagneaux’s
Lil Daddy’s BBQ
Office Hours Sandwich Shop
Olde Tyme Grocery
Renaissance Market & Brasserie
Ruby’s Restaurant
The French Press
Rusted Rooster
Tropical Smoothie Cafe

Call and make a reservation for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

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