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October Puts Seattle Restaurants in the Pink

Find out which restaurants are offering special deals to benefit Susan G. Komen’s breast cancer research.

By Kathryn Robinson October 13, 2010

Could October be any pinker?

October is pink month in Seattle—and not just because the sceney new dinner-club hotspot, PNK, opened last week on the fourth floor of Pacific Place. (Anyone have front-line reports yet? Bring ’em on…)

Breast Cancer Awareness Month has compelled a number of Seattle area businesses to donate some of its profits to Komen.

Dahlia Bakery is selling Pink Ribbon sugar cookies and pink frosted cupcakes during the month of October, with all proceeds benefiting Komen’s Paint it Pink campaign.

At Marination Mobile, buy a pink can of passion-orange-guava juce and proceeds will go to Komen.

And Salty’s Seafood Grills will donate a buck from every slice of white chocolate mousse cake—iced in pink for the occasion—sold all month.

For more of these deals, go to the Komen website.

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