Eat a burger, help save an animal

The Orangery restaurant in Bearden shown in March of 2009.

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The Orangery restaurant in Bearden shown in March of 2009.

The Orangery

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Bearden - Knoxville

Mediterranean, Other, Seafood, Steakhouse

5412 Kingston Pike


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The Orangery is joining forces with Young-Williams Animal Center to help animals in the community.

On Monday, Jan. 14, guests can enjoy a Kobe burger and fries for $10 and a donation of $5 for every burger sold will be donated to Young Williams Animal Center.

The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and reservations are preferred by calling 865-558-2964.

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Comments » 6

PollyAnna writes:

Oh the irony...

ziggyrules writes:

I thought Kobe beef from Japan was not allowed to be imported? I am guessing it will be "Kobe-style" from the USA with Wagyu/Angus cattle versus the real thing from Japan and the Tajima cattle.

misti8 writes:

Or DON'T eat a burger and help save an animal :)

lavidaloca writes:

Help the animals, except for the cows you are eating. ;)

dbdbdo writes:

Save the Kobe cattle dogs.

keepitreal4vols writes:

Next week's fundraiser will be: "Save the air, stop breathing"

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