Café Sbisa devotes October to hurricane aid in Puerto Rico

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Café Sbisa is stepping up to help out Hurricane Victims in Puerto Rico. They announced today that 100% of the proceeds from dinner and Sunday jazz brunch service will be donated to the Cajun Airlift, for the month of October. CAL is an organization comprised of local and out-of-state pilots who are actively transporting and delivering supplies to victims of Hurricane Maria.

CAL was developed during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, 50+ pilots came together to deliver 25,000 pounds of supplies to victims of the storm in Texas

The French Quarter restaurant celebrates its one-year anniversary since reopening last
October, and it’s owners have empathy for the hundreds of Hurricane Victims.

“As I continue to watch what the victims of Hurricane Maria are going through, I’m immediately brought back to the days and weeks following Katrina,” said Chef Singleton. “But we were fortunate enough to have other caring communities to lean on and that helped us get back on our feet. Now it’s my turn to help others and this is the best way I know how,” commented Chef Singleton.

Cafe Sbisa was destroyed during Katrina. The doors stayed closed until one year ago,  a reminder that community support and resiliency can conquer all,  which is why he wants to now pay it forward to victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

Café Sbisa back on the dining map since reopening in October 2016. The notorious building directly across the street from the French Market combined with the passion behind Chef Singleton’s French-Creole fare make every dining experience memorable and unique.

“We’re extremely appreciative of the support we’ve received during the last 12 months,” said Napoli.

“The generosity of Cafe Sbisa comes at a crucial time,” noted Chanse, Watson, Co-Founder, Cajun Airlift.

100% of the proceeds from dinner and Sunday Jazz Brunch at Café Sbisa during the
month of October will be donated to Cajun Airlift. Café Sbisa is open for dinner Wednesday
– Sunday from 5:30 – 10:00 p.m and serves a Jazz Brunch on Sunday mornings from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

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