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Another chance to dine to help Hurricane Matthew victims

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Dean’s Seafood Grill & Bar in Cary has launched a monthly prix fixe charity menu.

The meal costs $33 per person and $3 from each one purchased will be donated to a designated charity. Guests will also have the opportunity in the restaurant to donate additional funds to the charities.

For November, Dean’s will be donating to United Way of Lenoir and Greene counties to help with Hurricane Matthew relief efforts as suggested by Kinston chef Vivian Howard in her #fishstew campaign.

Here is the menu:

▪ Local kale and beet salad with grapefruit, roasted local pecans, goat cheese with a champagne vinaigrette.

▪ Bouillabaisse with local shrimp, clams and speckled trout in a tomato seafood broth with potatoes, onion and fennel, served with grilled ciabatta.

▪ Pumpkin crunch torte (five layers of pumpkin crunch consisting of walnuts, vanilla wafers, brown sugar and butter with a pumpkin batter baked on top, with sweetened whipped cream between the layers).

​Dean’s Seafood Grill & Bar is at 1080 Darrington Dr., Cary, 919-459-5875, deansseafoodgrill.com.

Watch dramatic drone video capturing the aftermath of flooding from Hurricane Matthew and the impact on eastern North Carolina.

Princeville residents had their first opportunity in more than two weeks to assess damage and salvage belongings Tuesday afternoon, October 25, 2016 after flooding associated with Hurricane Matthew forced residents to evacuate.

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