On the menu: Tuesday's Taste of Grand Central

Five St. Pete restos will donate their sales with your help at the Taste of Grand Central Tuesday.

click to enlarge Pom Pom's, with neat sandwiches like The Fu Man Chu, is among the participating eateries. - Chip Weiner
Chip Weiner
Pom Pom's, with neat sandwiches like The Fu Man Chu, is among the participating eateries.

On Tuesday, locals are encouraged to support downtown St. Pete's Grand Central District Association with their forks during the Taste of Grand Central.

Throughout the day, five restaurants located in the historic neighborhood will donate 10 percent of their sales to the 15-year-old nonprofit organization, and all folks have to do is eat. The participating restaurants are Old Key West Bar & Grill, The Queens Head, Pom Pom's Teahouse and Sandwicheria, Casita Taqueria and Community Cafe.

The association, established in 2000, is a designated Florida Main Street community that supports and promotes Grand Central's economic revitalization.

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