2016-03-03 / News

‘Soup-er’ kicks off March 13

Heart of Biddeford invites the culinarily curious to explore downtown restaurants during Biddeford Restaurant Week, March 13-19. For the third year, Biddeford Restaurant Week encourages locals and visitors to explore Biddeford’s restaurants and submit an entry form at participating restaurants for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate. The week commences with the Community Soup-er 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday, March 13 at the Pepperell Center, 40 Main St.

The Community Soup-er features 12 local restaurants that have donated a selection of soups, and local fifth-grade students who have donated handmade ceramic bowls. Tickets are available at the door and includes two servings of soup as well as Reilly’s bread and Biscuits & Company biscuits. Guests can enjoy their soup in the bowls made by the students for an housing through the VA and build new lives.”

In February, Royals began promoting the sales of Pub N Grill Partner Cards for $500 or $1,000 each, and also started soliciting on Craigslist for investors or partners for the business.

Attorney Adam Schub, who is representing additional donation.

Stacy Cooper, owner of Biscuits & Company on Alfred Street, has been involved in the Community Soup-er since its inception last year.

“I think it’s a great way for the restaurant community to work together to give back to our community,” she said.

All of the proceeds from the Soup-er are donated to Stone Soup Food Pantry, Bon Appetit Meals Program and Friends of Community Action Food Pantry.

“One of downtown Biddeford’s greatest assets is our diverse restaurant selection. This event will feature music by Billy Billy, it gets the kids involved, and it benefits lots of people who need our local food programs,” said Heart of Biddeford Executive Director Delilah Poupore.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/EatBiddeford. the corporation in the legal action action against Royals, said he was not aware of Royals’ sales of mug club memberships and partner cards, and that recouping that money for those who have already purchased memberships was not part of the corporation’s legal action.

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