Kate Krader (@kkrader on Twitter) is Food & Wine's restaurant editor. When she tells us where to find our culinary heart's desire, we listen up.
No matter how much Superstorm Sandy footage you’ve seen - overwhelming amounts, no doubt - when you see it firsthand, it's worse. It’s too bad to be true.
At a time like this, it's awe-inspiring to see restaurants, both local and across the country, step up to help. Here's a by-no-means-comprehensive list of some outstanding efforts by restaurants. Now do your part: go out and eat and drink! It will help Hurricane Sandy victims and the people who are working so hard on the recovery efforts.
Eat family-style at North - Providence, Rhode Island
Order wine in D.C.: Grillfish, Logan Tavern, Commissary, The Heights and The Pig - Washington, D.C.
Drink bourbon in Chicago: CHICAGO q - Chicago, Illinois
Eat with (and thank) a first responder in Maryland: Volt - Frederick, Maryland
Eat like a Williamsburg-er: Brooklyn, New York
Drink Gummy Bear Vodka
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Outside NYC and want to help? CNN's Impact Your World has a great list of resources that could use your time and money. Thinking about coming to New York to eat? Follow the Twitter hashtag #dineoutNYC to see the latest charity efforts and open restaurants and don't forget to #EatDownTipUp.
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