Tavern N Town at the Marriott Beachside Hotel, with its ribeye steam buns, will donate a portion of all sales to the Dining Out for MARC fundraiser March 26-April 1. CONTRIBUTED

In support of the Monroe Association for Remarkable Citizens (MARC), local restaurants throughout Key West are coming together to participate in Dining out for MARC. 

From March 26 to April 1, participating restaurants will donate a portion of their sales to MARC, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to providing services and support to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Dining out for MARC is an excellent opportunity for the Key West community to come together and support a fantastic cause while enjoying meals from some of the area’s most popular restaurants.

By eating at participating restaurants during the week-long event, residents and visitors can help MARC continue to provide invaluable services and support to developmentally disabled adults in the community.

“We are thrilled to see so many of our local restaurants come together to support MARC,” said Diana Flenard, executive director of MARC. “Their generosity and commitment to our organization will make a real difference in the lives of the individuals we serve. We encourage everyone to come out and enjoy a great meal at one of our participating restaurants during this week-long event.”

Participating restaurants include:

Thirsty Mermaid, Poke in the Rear, 915, Mary Ellen’s, Bagatelle, Antonia’s, First Flight, General Horseplay, Tavern N Town. Waterfront Brewery, Kaya Island Eats, Mangoes, Salty Frog’s, Milagro, Smoke on the Water BBQ, The Grand Cafe, Santiago’s Bodega. Goldman’s Deli, La Grignote, Little Pearl  and Cruisin’ Tikis Key West — Cruisin’ for MARC.