I read about the Tap New York project originally in the New York Times and I’m terribly impressed that Cincinnati is on the list to do this before it becomes a global event.
What’s happening? 80 restaurants in the Cincinnati area will be asking diners to pay for their tap water– $1 each. It starts Sunday, March 16 and ends Sunday, March 22.
When’s the kickoff? Friday, March 14 at Bang Nightclub. $20 gets you in the door.
Which restaurants are participating?
20 Brix, Amarin, Andy’s Mediterranean Grill, Aqua, Baba Budan, Bar Louie, Bella Luna, Bellevue Bistro, Beluga, BlackFinn Restaurant and Saloon, Boca, Carlo & Johnny, Chalk, Cityview Tavern, Cityside, Daveed’s, deSha’s, Dewey’s Pizza (four locations), Embers, Greenup Café, Honey, Hugo, Indigo, Jean Robert @ Pigall’s, JeanRo Bistro, Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse, Jimmy D’s Steakhouse, Kona Bistro, LaRosa’s Rapid Run, Lavomatic, Mac’s Pizza Pub, McCormick & Schmick’s Fresh Seafood, Mesh Restaurant, Mike and Jimmy’s Chop House Grill, Mio’s Hyde Park, Mitchell’s Fish House, Mt. Adams Bar and Grill, Nada, Nectar, Nicola’s Restaurant, Orchids at Palm Court, The Polo Grille, The Precinct, Red, Riverside, Sake Bomb, Skyline Chili, Slatt’s, Teller’s of Hyde Park, Tink’s Café, Trio, Tropicana, Universal Grille, Via Vite, Village Kitchen Restaurant, The Vineyard Wineroom, The Waterfront, ZaZou Grill and Pub, Zip’s Café.
The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, so check here for updates on participating restaurants.
I hope you’ll patronize these restaurants during that time, and donate your own dollar. $1 can provide clean water for a child for 40 days. $10 can provide clean water for a child for a year. So little can do so much, and I’m so proud of Cincinnati and the owners and operators of these restaurants for giving back.
More questions? Visit www.tapcincy.org.