Local schools that sign up for an evening at Mama's on 39 will receive 30 percent of the proceeds in a restaurant campaign designed to benefit local schools. The eatery, which opened on the corner of Beach Boulevard and Altanta Avenue this spring, is hosting its "Give Back Evenings" once a month to a designated school that is selected on a first-come, first-served basis. The evenings are meant to help boost school programs lagging in funds and are ideal for classes, sports, music and art programs, PTAs and more.
"I am a longtime resident and as a new restaurant business here in Huntington Beach, we are very supportive of all of our local schools," said owner Pete Truxaw. "We know we can help raise much-needed school funds and our guests can enjoy a great meal as well."
Mama's on 39 serves farm fresh comfort foods with a culinary twist – tempting diners seeking delectable lunch, dinner fare and a unique brunch all day Saturday and Sunday. The restaurant also serves eight Thrifty's ice cream flavors and feel-good foods.
Posted By: Ashley Nicole 10/6/2011