Dress for Success' Dine for Success fundraiser includes Village Anchor, Mayan Cafe and Bristol

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Louisville, here’s another chance to do right by doing what you love most  … dining at top restaurants.

Dress for Success in Louisville has created Dine for Success Louisville, an opportunity for the community to eat at local restaurants while helping to support the the global self-help organization.

The local affiliate is part of Dress for Success, the New York City-based group that helps women overcome crisis and get back on their feet and into the professional workforce.

Here’s the deal in Louisville:

Visit a different local restaurant on the second Tuesday of the month for Dine for Success Louisville.

The restaurant will in turn donate 10 percent of its total day’s sales to Dress for Success Louisville.

Here’s the first part of the 2013 schedule:

January 8- Bristol Bar and Grille ½ price bottle of wine, 1321 Bardstown Rd. in the Highlands.

February 12- Saffron’s, 131 E. Market St. downtown.

March 12- Varanese (no lunch is served), 2106 Frankfort Ave. in Clifton.

April 9- August Moon, 2269 Lexington Rd. on the edge of the Highlands.

May 6*- The Village Anchor – (*This is a Monday, in honor of Kevin Grainger, the owner’s birthday), 11507 Park Rd., Anchorage.

June 11- Mayan Cafe’, 813 E. Market St. in Anchorage.

The group is recruiting restaurants to host a Dine for Success Louisville event.

Contact Dress for Success Louisville for more information at 502-584-8050.

About Dress for Success: The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Founded in New York City in 1997, Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organization offering services designed to help our clients find jobs and remain employed. Each Dress for Success client receives one suit when she has a job interview and can return for a second suit or separates when she finds work. Since 1997, Dress for Success has served more than 650,000 women around the world.