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Texas Conference for Women Donates $177,500 to Women-Owned Restaurants in Initiative with Texas Restaurant Association

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In an effort to help those impacted by a pandemic-battered economy, the Texas Conference for Women has donated $177,500 to women-owned restaurants across the state in an initiative with the Texas Restaurant Association. As a result, 71 women-owned restaurants from all corners of Texas – from Amarillo to Laredo – received $2,500 to help pay employees and defray other costs. The Texas Conference for Women provided the funds to the Texas Restaurant Association’s Texas Restaurant Relief Fund, which dispersed the grants.

Grant Recipients Include:

A Latina’s Table
Alamo Kitchens
Asian Mint
Baby Faye’s
Baby Greens
Bayside bar and grill
Beneventi’s Italian
Bird’s rotisserie
Blenders and Bowls
Bless That Jerk BBQ
Blessings By The Pound
Brentwood Social House
Buenos Aires Café.
cafe chadra inc. (Chadra mezza
Cafe Unique
Carpenters Cafe & Catering
Crafthouse Gastropub
Crema Bakery & Cafe
Fair Winds
foreign & domestic
Freshbox of Amarillo
Funky Picnic Brewery & Café
Gigi’s Kitchen LLC
Gloria’s Diner
Hashi Teppan Grill
Hercules Barbecue
Hu Dat Noodle House
Karat bar and Bistro
Killa Wasi
La Cocina de Consuelo
La Sirena Taqueria
Le Bleu
Lenoir Restaurant
Lepams house of creole
Lolitas Bistro
Mexi Cocina cafe
Mi Pueblito Restaurant
Mom’s Place
Monte Carlo Cafe
Nieh Holdings LLC dba Sharetea Austin
Pelons Tex Mex
PeRey’s Pizza Restaurant
Real Real Jamaica
Rebel Cheese
Roco’s Hot Wings
Schnitzels & Giggles LLC
Shannon’s Sweets
Stir Crazy Baked Goods
Sweet Ritual
Sylver Spoon
Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen
Taqueria el taco loco
Thai orchid
The Lunch Box Cafe & Catering
The Perfect Bite
The Pizza Joint
The Rack Pub & Eatery
The Steeping Room
The Wayback Cafe
TheHealthy Hippie Cafe
Touchdown Grill & Cantina
Yardbird Wing Bar and Grill
Zulma’s Mexican Restaurant
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