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Sisters of the Road Cafe is getting a lot of love this month from local restaurants.

The Old Town nonprofit cafe is hosting its annual "Dining with Dignity" campaign throughout September.

Sisters' cafe in Old Town, 133 N.W. Sixth Ave., prepares hot meals made from scratch and loaded with fresh vegetables and fruit. Meals are $1.50 or can be paid with SNAP benefits.

Restaurants participating in Dining with Dignity will donate at least 10 percent of their proceeds to Sisters' programs on certain dates.

Here's the lineup so far:

Sept. 2 — Pacific Pie Company

Sept. 3 — Por Que No (North Mississippi and Southeast Hawthorne locations)

Sept. 4 — Grain & Gristle

Sept. 5 — Prasad

Sept. 6 — Addy’s Sandwich Bar

Sept. 9 — Mississippi Pizza, 6 p.m. to close only

Sept. 10 — Lincoln

Sept. 11 — Las Primas

Sept. 16 — Sharp Restaurant at the Art Institute of Portland International Culinary School

Sept. 17 — Florida Room

Sept. 18 — 3 Doors Down

Sept. 19 — Harlow

Sept. 23 — Toast

Sept. 24 — The Observatory

Sept. 25 — Old Salt Marketplace

Sept. 26 — Big Ass Sandwiches

Sept. 27-28 — Daily Cafe in The Pearl

The Sept. 16 event is a one-night fundraiser by culinary students at The International Culinary School, hosted for the second year in a row.

All proceeds from the event will go to support the Dining with Dignity campaign. Students will prepare and showcase a diverse menu; tickets are $50 and include food and beverage.

It's set for 6 to 9 p.m. at the school's Sharp Restaurant, 34 N.W. Eighth Ave.

Contact Brenda at 503-222-5691, ext. 114; email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or visit sistersoftheroad.org

for tickets and more info.

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