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Pasta all'amatriciana campaign for earthquake relief - San Francisco Bay Area

Melanie Wong | Aug 25, 201603:21 AM     50

Restaurants around the world are donating proceeds from serving pasta all'amatriciana to help the victims of Italy's earthquake that has devastated Amatrice and surrounding area.

So far in the San Francisco Bay Area, Montesacro Pinseria and 54 Mint have stepped up and will donate $3 for each sale of Amatriciana through August 30.

http://www.montesacrosf.com/

http://www.54mint.com/

Italian earthquake: restaurants urged to give €2 for each serving of town's famous pasta

The devastated town of Amatrice gave its name to the amatriciana dish of tomato sauce and pork cheek, spawning a novel fund raising effort

www.theguardian.com
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