At Amina, diners can eat and drink each Wednesday till the top of March.
The outdated metropolis restaurant hosts a Fried Rooster & Prosecco fundraiser to profit the African American Museum of Philadelphia.
Individuals who purchase the Amina’s hen basket appetizer, a $26 meal that features hand-cut fries, gravy and candy n’sassy dressing, should buy a $5 glass of Prosecco.
All proceeds from the sale of Prosecco will go to African American Museum. Town constructed the museum at 104 Chestnut St. in 1976 as a part of the USA Bicentennial celebration. It turned the primary municipally funded museum to protect and show African American heritage.
“We’re a Philadelphia restaurant serving Southern delicacies that makes use of African substances and themes,” Amina’s proprietor Felicia Wilson stated in a press launch. “We have been searching for an initiative that might each drive visitors to the restaurant and help African Individuals throughout one of many slowest occasions within the restaurant enterprise, so we determined to lift cash and consciousness for the African American Museum, a neighborhood treasure. , was silly.”
For the primary time since opening in Might, the restaurant will enable friends to request that its signature fried hen be topped with scorching Nigerian spices created by Amina’s chef/companion Darryl Harmon.
Wednesday via March 29
104 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19106