In Good Taste

Give ’Em the Bird

Donate to Ryleigh’s local turkey drive and get a gift card for your generosity.

By Suzanne Loudermilk Haughey | December 18, 2013, 1:00 pm

-Ryleigh's Oyster Facebook
In Good Taste

Give ’Em the Bird

Donate to Ryleigh’s local turkey drive and get a gift card for your generosity.

By Suzanne Loudermilk Haughey | December 18, 2013, 1:00 pm


-Ryleigh's Oyster Facebook


Talk about a good cause. Ryleigh’s Oyster is raising money to help feed hundreds of South Baltimore families. And patrons benefit, too.

Here’s how it works. Ryleigh’s Oyster is encouraging patrons to donate $14 each by telling their bartender or server, “Give ’em the bird,” through Dec. 23. The money will be added to their restaurant checks. In return, guests will receive a $10 Ryleigh’s Oyster gift card redeemable throughout the month of January.

The money raised at the restaurant goes toward buying turkeys for a food drive run by the Baltimore Police Department’s Southern District to provide holiday meals to local residents in need.

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