Tonight: Cooks for Cops
Drinking on a Tuesday is usually a good idea, but drinking on a Tuesday for a good cause is an even better idea.
Eulogy owner Mike Naessans has organized a ‘Cooks for Cops‘ event for tonight, Tuesday, May 20th. Participating restaurants and bars in Old City will be donating 10% of their proceeds to the family of Sargent Stephen Liczbinski who was killed in the line of duty. Details after the jump…
Old City Merchants Team Up To Help Fallen Officerâ€™s Family
â€œCooks for Copsâ€ Event Set for May 20th
Old City restaurant and bar owners are banding together to raise money for the family of fallen Philadelphia police officer Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski.
â€œHeroes like Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski who are willing to face the ultimate sacrifice daily to keep Philadelphia a great city are the ultimate examples of people living the eulogy theyâ€™d like to be remembered by,â€ said business owner Mike Naessens. â€œWe are proud to support our heroes.â€
On Tuesday, May 20, participating Old City businesses will donate 10% of their proceeds to the trust fund set up to help Sgt. Liczbinskiâ€™s family. More than 30 businesses are scheduled to participate in what is being called â€œCooks for Cops.â€
Participating businesses include: Beneluxx Tasting Room, Eulogy Belgian Tavern, Philadelphia Fish & Company, Mexican Post, Karma, Buffalo Billiards, Mad River, Triumph, Cebu, Brownies, Plough, Serrano, Sassafras, Pennâ€™s View, Bookbinders, National Mechanics, Nickâ€™s Roast Beef, Positano Coast, Rotten Ralphâ€™s, Triada, Marmont, Anjou, Mizu, Pizzicato, Fork, GiGi, Panini, Lucyâ€™s Hat Shop, Swanky Bubbles, Spasso, Amada, Patou and Campoâ€™s.
The money raised by the â€œCooks for Copsâ€ event will go directly to the Stephen Liczbinski Family Memorial Trust.
â€œWe are proud to support our police officers and hope you do the same by attending this event,â€ said Naessens.