San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
San Mateo’s THREE Restaurant and Bar will be donating 10 percent of its proceeds for Thanksgiving to Second Harvest Food Bank. This is the time of year when giving thanks and giving back to the community is so needed, and THREE is proud to partner with such a supportive organization.
THREE has put together a seasonally inspired menu for their Thanksgiving buffet dinner. The dinner will have three seatings: 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. The cost is $39 per person, $30 for seniors 65 and older, $25 for children ages 10-12, $15 for children 5-9 and free for children under five.
The buffet menu includes a cheese shop with imported and domestic cheeses, meats and housemade patés. There will be a carving station, seafood station and all the traditional Thanksgiving sides, including cranberry sauce and Maker’s Mark sweet potatoes. End the meal with a mouthwatering dessert, like the Jamocha almond fudge or caramel apple crisp.
Large parties are welcome to join THREE this year for the buffet. Deposits on parties of 10 or more at $20 per person will be taken. Call, 650-344-9444 for reservations.
Visit, http://www.three-sanmateo.com/, to see the full Thanksgiving buffet dinner menu or to find out more about THREE.
About the company:
THREE restaurant and bar is an established neighborhood restaurant in downtown San Mateo. It was recently highlighted in the SF Chronicle, KCBS Foodie Chap Liam Mayclem and a feature in the Best Food for Small Town USA Winner San Mateo. THREE serves Regional Crafted California Fare. At the core of the menu is a broad flavor profile that embraces the ethnic diversity of the Bay Area with the idea that options are what people get excited about. Their menu highlights hand crafted everything, from their all organic hydroponics garden to the naturally infused spirits that make up their unique Crafted Booze list, THREE embraces the "from scratch" mentality.
About Second Harvest Food Bank:
Second Harvest Food Bank serves Santa Clara and San Mateo counties as one of the largest food banks in the nation. Opening in 1974, Second Harvest helps nearly a quarter of a million people each month. They also promote federal nutrition programs and provide education for families on how to make healthy food choices. For more information on how they help, visit their website: http://www.shfb.org.