Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach launches program to support charities

Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach (Fla.)’s Ocean Hai restaurant invites both guests and Clearwater Beach locals to dine in support of local nonprofit organizations with its new You Dine, We Donate program giving all net proceeds from food and nonalcoholic beverage purchases by diners seated at Table 31 to a different local charity selected each month. 

Ocean Hai is Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach’s signature restaurant and the first Asian fusion restaurant to join Clearwater Beach’s lively culinary scene. Popular dishes artfully crafted by internationally renowned chef de cuisine John Capponi include Thai steamed mussels served over coconut broth, lemongrass and Thai curry; Salmon Kushiyaki, served with aonori truffle oil, grilled asparagus, nameko mushrooms and edamame; and Baked Alaska, served with matcha pound cake and pistachio ice cream Italian meringue.

Guests who wish to participate in Ocean Hai’s You Dine, We Donate program may book a reservation at Ocean Hai’s Table 31. The program will support the following charities in 2017:

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  •      March: The Humane Society of Pinellas County
  •      April: Autism Awareness Month – Tampa Bay Chapter
  •      May: Troop Rewards
  •      June: Pinellas County Lifeguards
  •      July: Clearwater Marine Aquarium
  •      August: Pinellas County Schools
  •      September: Eckerd Kids
  •      October: Hooked on Hope
  •      November: Clearwater for Youth
  •      December: Arts for Life

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