At Posana, we’ve always appreciated the act of dining with your furry friends. In fact, Posana was one of the first Asheville restaurants to provide water bowls and doggie treats on our patio dining area. So it’s natural that we would participate in the 10th Annual Dine to Be Kind event sponsored by the Animal Compassion Network.
We’re joining a number of other restaurants in town on Tuesday, Feb. 26, (which is also National Spay Day) to help the Animal Compassion Network raise money for what it calls its Betty Fund, which is a program that pays for up to the entire cost of spay/neuter surgery for pets belonging to families in need. The idea, of course, is to stop pet overpopulation at its source.
Tuesday, Feb. 26, is also the first day of Asheville’s Small Plate Crawl, which offers yet another reason to stop into Posana Café. This interactive event encourages locals to try new restaurants in Asheville and provides an opportunity for restaurants to spotlight their cuisine.
So stop by for dinner on Tuesday when Posana is donating 15% of its proceeds for the day to help Animal Compassion Network stop pet overpopulation. We’d be delighted if you could help us in this worthy cause.