Friday is beginning of Restaurant Week in Tulsa, meaning you can go out to dinner and support the Community Food Bank all at the same time.
Antoinettes Bakery in the Brady District is just one of more than 40 restaurants participating this year.
They'll be donating 10 percent of their profits to the food bank.
"Our restaurant partners put together incredible menus. You get to try something you might not ordinarily have. And to your point... yes, you're enjoying good food and you're putting food on the table of folks who struggle," said Eileen Bradshaw of the Community Food Bank.
Visit TulsaPeople for a list of participating restaurants and their special Restaurant Week menus.