During the early hours on Tuesday, March 3, ten tornadoes ripped through Tennessee, leaving a path of devastation behind. Homes were left destroyed, cars damaged, and many are still without power. The storm dramatically impacted the city’s restaurant industry, including O-Ku Nashville. The restaurant has been without power since the storms and relying on a generator to stay open for business.
Following the storms, every Phase 3 client reached out to us, asking how they can help give back to their communities following this tragic event. Our clients have helped in many ways:
- Oak Steakhouse and O-Ku offered free chili on Sunday afternoon to volunteers and those affected, with local shops Carpe Pizza and Bearded Iris Brewery participating with free product, as well. The locations are donating a portion of proceeds from all appetizers and specialty cocktail
- Tennessee Brew Works has been donating $1 per pint and $3 per pitcher to The Community Foundation’s Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund.
- All local 4Top Hospitality restaurants, Etch, etc., Char, Saltine and Amerigo Nashville and Amerigo Cool Springs are donating a portion of proceeds through March 22nd to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
- A portion of every dinner or late night bites at Ellington's restaurant is being donated to The Community Foundation’s Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund throughout the month of March