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M Café Charity

LA veg-friendly eatery joins a citywide campaign to donate a portion of profits to benefit AIDS.

Los Angeles is known as the City of Angels, and on April 29, veg-friendly M Café will join a citywide collective of restaurants participating in Dining Out For Life 2010 by donating 25 percent of its daily profits to Project Angel Food. The charity provides and delivers free meals to those living with HIV, AIDS, cancer, and other life threatening illnesses in the LA area. The macrobiotic chain owns three restaurants in California, and its locations in Beverly Hills and West LA will be participating in the charity benefit. Plant-based menu items at M Café include a curried tempeh salad wrap and shiitake avocado roll sushi.

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