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Dining Out for Life returns April 27

April 24, 2017

Fifteen local restaurants will contribute 25% of diners’ sales to the Border AIDS Partnership on national Dining Out for Life day on Thursday, April 27.

Eighteen local government and media celebrities will serve as “ambassadors” on Thursday. Proceeds will benefit HIV/AIDS education and prevention activities in the El Paso-Juarez-Southern New Mexico region served by the nonprofit organization.

Here’s a list of participating eateries and celebrity hosts:

Ardovino’s Desert Crossing
Marina Monsisvais, public relations

L&J Cafe
Mayela Mejia, Chief of Staff, EP County Commissioner Carlos Leon

Malolam
Robert Holguin, anchor, KFOX 14

Hillside Coffee
Enrique Mendoza Kirch, Border AIDS Partnership Board of Directors

Independent Burger
Viri Solano, anchor/reporter, Univision KINT 26

Tratoria Bella Sera
Daniel Marin, morning co-anchor, KTSM NewsChannel 9

Magic Pan Bistro
Josh Zuber, meteorologist, KFOX 14/KDBC Channel 4

5 Points Bistro
Mike “The Sarge” Preston, morning host, 92.3 FM The Fox

Mesa Street Bar and Grill
Patricia Maese, anchor, KDBC 4/Kandolite Flores, traffic reporter, KFOX 14

Cuartito Azul (Eastside)
Aldo Acosta, meteorologist, Univision KINT 26

Ode
Patrick Hayes, reporter, KTSM NewsChannel 9

Tabla
Susie Byrd, EPISD board/Veronica Escobar, EP County Judge

Salt Box
Victoria Pineda, Texas Tech/Dr. Richard Pineda, UTEP

Pot Au Feu
Linda Ong, morning co-anchor, KTSM NewsChannel 9

Rib Hut
Beau Bagley, sports director, KTSM NewsChannel 9