Old Town Pour House, located in the heart of Oak Brook Center, announces the “Dine Away Hunger” event on Wednesday, May 14. The exclusive event benefits People’s Resource Center, an organization that provides fresh, nutritious food and household staples to those in need. Chef Paul Katz invites locals to a fun, food-filled day of socializing and enjoying seasonal favorites, including the Charcuterie Plate, White Bean Hummus, and the Pour House Chopped Salad. Guests can sip on the new line up of seasonal cocktails, including the Sunset Sour and the Cucumber Melon Mojito, or sample their newly added craft brews, like Allagash Curieux, Southern Tier 2XIPA, and Buckledown’s Belt & Suspenders.
Additionally, Old Town Pour House is donating 10 percent of all food sales from the day’s total ring to People’s Resource Center, helping to feed thousands of DuPage County residents. Come out and dine with a purpose!
Wednesday, May 14, 11:30a.m.-1:00a.m.
Old Town Pour House
8 Oak Brook Center
Oak Brook, IL 60523
About Old Town Pour House:
Old Town Pour House has two locations, the first at 1419 N. Wells Street in Chicago, IL and the other at 8 Oak Brook Center in Oak Brook, IL. Both properties feature a menu that offers brilliant twists on American cuisine. With 86 local and global beers available at any given time, Old Town Pour House in Chicago and Oak Brook offer a wide range of rare and unique craft selections. The Chicago location is open for dinner Mon.-Thurs. 4pm-2am; lunch and dinner Friday 11:30am-2am; brunch, lunch and dinner Saturday 10:30am-3am; and brunch, lunch and dinner Sunday 10:30am-2am. The Oak Brook location is open for lunch and dinner Sun.-Thurs. 11:30am-1am and Fri.-Sat. 11:30am-2am. Entrees range from $11-$15 at lunch and $14-$39 during dinner. For more information, please visit www.oldtownpourhouse.com.
About People's Resource Center:
The mission of People's Resource Center is to respond to basic human needs, promote dignity and justice, and create a future of hope and opportunity for the residents of DuPage County, Illinois through discovering and sharing personal and community resources. Since 1975, People's Resource Center (PRC) has been bringing neighbors together to respond to hunger and poverty in DuPage County. Nearly 32,000 DuPage residents rely on PRC for help each year. With a team of over 1,500 volunteers, PRC offers nutritious food and other basic necessities like clothes and rent assistance for people facing tough times. PRC also connects people with resources—education and tutoring, jobs, technology, art, a caring community—to create a future of hope and opportunity for all. Through the generosity and support of volunteers and donations, PRC serves the community “neighbor to neighbor.” www.peoplesrc.org.