Breakfast to Beethoven

Local restaurant host the one-day fundraiser to help provide nutritious breakfasts for hungry students

Oak Bay restaurants join others across the region tomorrow (Thursday, Nov. 19), and the Victoria Conservatory of Music for From Breakfast to Beethoven, a fundraiser to help feed hungry school children.

Local restaurants, small and large, are host the one-day fundraiser, where every donation collected at local will help raise funds for nutritious breakfasts for hungry students.

Among the Oak Bay restaurants taking part are: Blighty’s Bistro; Vis-à-Vis; Penny Farthing; Cheryl’s Gourmet Pantry; Charelli’s; Confit Food & Wine; Oak Bay Bon Sushi; and the Oak Bay Beach Hotel.

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