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Dine with Gratitude at these Nashville restaurants to support Giving Kitchen

The initiative, which lasts through Oct. 31, raises money for food service workers in need.

The exterior of Otaku Ramen's flagship location in East Nashville.

Otaku’s Gulch location is also on the map, but only the East location will host a special event later this month.

Photo via Otaku Ramen

If you’ve hit your “dining out” quota for the month, here’s one more reason to raise that threshold. There are a handful of Nashville restaurants participating in Giving Kitchen’s Dining with Gratitude this October.

The initiative, which raises money for food service workers in need, lasts through Tuesday, Oct. 31 — so there’s still time make room and map out your must-eats. Here are a few local digs to dig into:

Review the full list of participating restaurants.

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