Looking for a tastier way to help and support Harvey victims? On Wednesday, September 27, the Montrose location of Cane Rosso, the Dallas-based group of Neapolitan-style pizzerias, will be hosting “Pies for Harvey” to help fundraise aid for Houston flood victims. The restaurant raised about $40,000 for Houston flood relief at the small chain's Deep Ellum fundraising event last month. This time, the need truly hits home.
Haven't tried Cane Rosso? If you like Neapolitan pizza prepared with fresh, made-in-house dough; hand-crushed San Marzano tomato sauce; and fresh mozzarella pulled in-house on a daily basis, then Cane Rosso is the place to be. Since Cane Rosso only uses the best ingredients for its thin-crust pies, then fires in custom-built, wood-fired ovens, you’re sure to be dazzled. Not into pizza? The menu also includes a variety of pastas, salads, sandwiches, desserts and cocktails.
Intrigued yet? This event will be from 5 to 10 p.m. at 4306 Yoakum Boulevard. With each purchase, Cane Rosso will be donating 100 percent of the proceeds to the Houston Food Bank's Harvey relief efforts. And when donating is as simple as enjoying a pizza and a cocktail (maybe a s'mores calzone?) it's awfully hard to refuse.