Southern Restaurants for Racial Justice (SRRJ) will host a second bake sale on Aug. 29 featuring baked goods from local restaurants with the proceeds benefitting a pandemic emergency relief fund for Black-owned restaurants in the South.

Money raised during Saturday’s sale will go to the LEE Initiative, a nonprofit created by Chef Edward Lee of Kentucky that raises money for restaurant workers, farmers and others in need in the culinary community. SRRJ’s first bake sale in June raised nearly $100,000.

Participating restaurants include (for the full list of offerings, please click here):

    • Star Provisions Market & Café
    • The Iberian Pig
    • Cooks & Soldiers
    • BeetleCat
    • Little Tart Bakeshop
    • Proof Bakeshop
    • The General Muir
    • El Ponce
    • Legendary Events
    • Hen Mother Cookhouse
    • Fox Bros. BBQ
    • Sweet Auburn BBQ
    • Banshee
    • Aziza
    • Kimball House
    • Buttermilk Kitchen
    • The Expat, Athens
    • Halfway Crooks Beer
    • Little Bear
    • Evergreen Butcher + Baker
    • Queen of Cream
    • Tiny Lou’s Café Claudia pop-up
    • Independent Baking, Co., Athens

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