Sarasota, Fla. -- Guests donate $25 to help area needy while enjoying fun, food and beverages high above Sarasota’s best and most popular urban park.
Be among the first to experience the pleasure of enjoying food and beverage in a comfortable treetop setting while watching city life unfold in Sarasota’s best and most popular downtown park. For the official opening night of the Rooftop Lounge at eat here, proprietor Sean Murphy is honoring and supporting the Mayors Feed The Hungry by asking guests to contribute $25 for an evening of fun that will directly benefit the area’s neediest.
Guests will experience the new Rooftop Lounge and help feed the area’s neediest. It happens on Friday, November 22 from 5-8:30 p.m. at the Rooftop Lounge, eat here, 1888 Main Street, in Sarasota’s best and most popular urban park. Call to reserve at 365-8700. Free parking in the garage behind the restaurant.
“Since we are opening the Rooftop Lounge so close to Thanksgiving, it seems natural that a restaurant owner would demonstrate concern for those who struggle with knowing where their next meals will come from,” said Sean Murphy. “So our opening of the Rooftop Lounge promises to be a fun evening of great food and beverages for or guests who can feel good about donating to the Mayors Feed The Hungry campaign.” Some of the mayors of cities that the campaign benefits will make an appearance during the evening.
The Sarasota eat here restaurant and the Rooftop Lounge are part of the Sean Murphy family of restaurants, composed of three eat here restaurants in Sarasota, Siesta Key and Anna Maria Island, and the award-winning and nationally acclaimed Beach Bistro on Anna Maria Island. Downtown Sarasota’s eat here has been voted Best New Restaurant by the Sarasota-Herald Tribune, SARASOTA Magazine, SRQ magazine and Florida Trend magazine.