CITY SQUARE CAFÉ PREPARES THANKSGIVING DINNERS-TO-GO and COLLECTS CANNED GOODS FOR SERVE | Community Spirit
Donate Canned Goods and Enter Raffle to Win Free Homemade Thanksgiving Dinner for 10
City Square Café of Manassas is gearing up for their Homemade Thanksgiving Dinners-To-Go, preparing dinners to serve 10 guests at $16.99 per guest, and offering a Thanksgiving Day Dinner raffle, where participants drop-off canned goods and enter to win a free Thanksgiving Day dinner-to-go for eight to 10 people. Raffle entries will be accepted now through Nov. 15. The canned goods will benefit SERVE, a program of Northern Virginia Family Service, dedicated to helping individuals and families find new paths to self-reliance and brighter futures. For more information about City Square Café, call 703.369.6022.
All dinners and the raffle winners can pick up Thanksgiving Day dinners on Wed., Nov. 23 at City Square Café. Whole turkey breasts or a honey-glazed spiral ham are also available at an additional $2 per guest.
The menu includes traditional whole roast turkey and gravy, cornbread stuffing, classic cranberry sauce, steamed French green beans almandine, choice of mashed potatoes or sweet potato pudding (additional $1 per guest), butternut squash soup, focaccia bread and optional homemade desserts, pumpkin pie, apple pie ( additional $1 per guest) or pecan pie (additional $2 per guest).
City Square Café’s catering services also offers buffet-style signature dishes, customized gourmet platters and homemade desserts for corporate and residential special events. The restaurant provides tapas and homemade American bistro favorites with an international flair, seven days a week.
Hours of operation include: Mon. through Thurs., 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (lunch and dinner,) Fri., 11 a.m.to 10 p.m. (lunch and dinner), Sat., 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (breakfast, lunch, dinner), and Sun., 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (breakfast and lunch).
“Our canned good raffle for SERVE is off to a great start…and we’re hoping help stock their food pantry over the holiday season and encourage everyone to stop by our restaurant and drop off their food donations,” said Susana Barolin, co-owner, City Square Café of Manassas, Va.
SERVE, a program of Northern Virginia Family Service, a private nonprofit serving Northern Virginia, is dedicated to helping individuals and families find new paths to self-reliance and brighter futures. SERVE distributes $2 million worth of food annually to an average of 900 families each month, as well as providing shelter for homeless families, and emergency assistance to prevent families from becoming homeless. Established in 1924, NVFS is a private, nonprofit community service resource dedicated to helping vulnerable families and children. Each year, NVFS helps more than 20,000 people find affordable housing; utilize counseling and child development programs; access low-cost medical and dental services; make use of foster and respite care; participate in job training; benefit from torture and trauma recover; and much more. For more information, visit www.nvfs.org
ABOUT CITY SQUARE CAFÉ
Established in 1996, City Square Café in Old Town Manassas, Va. was founded and is owned by Robert and Susana Barolin, immigrants from Uruguay whose cuisine is based on their Italian roots. City Square Café features homemade American bistro favorites with an international flair, offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and tapas seasonal menus in a quaint, warm environment with home-like comfort and serving creative, sophisticated food, as well as corporate and residential catering. Surrounded by the charm of historic Old Town Manassas, City Square Café patrons enjoy the view of the historic 1914 Manassas Train Depot, an active train stop for daily Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express commuter trains. The Barolins have been in the restaurant business for more than 30 years, previous owners of The Sandwich Factory in Manassas, which they eventually renovated and re-created to become City Square Café. City Square Café received the Certificate of Excellence by the Mayor of Manassas, Va. and is a member of Historic Manassas Inc., The Prince William County Greater Manassas Chamber of Commerce and the Old Town Business Association. For more information, go to www.citysquarecafe.com or call 703.369.6022.
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