Robert’s Maine Grill Community Supper for Seacoast Eat Local, April 24 + May 1

 We hope you can join us at two upcoming Community Suppers at Robert’s Maine Grill, Wednesday, April 24th and May 1st, and help support Seacoast Eat Local’s SNAP/EBT Program. The SNAP/EBT Program enables SNAP (or Food Stamp) recipients to use their EBT cards to purchase healthy, fresh, and locally produced food at farmers’ markets, and provides a Market Match incentive to further the purchasing power for SNAP recipients. This year, the program is expanding to include the Exeter Farmers’ Market alongside the Dover and Portsmouth summer markets!

Robert’s Maine Grill Community Supper for Seacoast Eat Local
Robert’s Maine Grill, 326 Route 1, Kittery, ME
Wednesdays, April 24 & May 1, 2013
4 – 8:30 pm

Every Tuesday & Wednesday night Robert’s Maine Grill, Route 1, in Kittery offers a “Community Supper” starting at 4PM. The main focus of the supper is a 3-course menu for $14 – a mid-week “recession buster” offering. The menus are in the spirit of Robert’s style: Maine Comfort Food with an updated twist. Robert’s regular dinner menu is also available. To add to the community spirit of it, each Tuesday & Wednesday Robert’s donates a portion of proceeds from the evening to a local non-profit. For upcoming Community Supper menus >

The Community Suppers to benefit Seacoast Eat Local will take place April 24th & May 1st. Reservations are recommended: (207) 439-0300 or reserve online.

For more information: www.robertsmainegrill.com

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