Let’s Dine for the Diner!


Dine for the Diner will be held this Thursday, May 18th, 2023, at participating local restaurants, where 10% of the restaurant’s proceeds from the day are donated back to St. Joseph Diner, a program of Catholic Charities of Acadiana. The community is invited to support St. Joseph Diner by visiting one or more participating restaurants on Dine for the Diner Thursday.

Held annually, Dine for the Diner raises critical community support for St. Joseph Diner, a program of Catholic Charities of Acadiana. St. Joseph Diner has served hot meals to those experiencing hunger and food insecurity since 1983. St. Joseph Diner is open seven days per week, serving over 5,000 meals weekly.

Acadiana restaurants interested in participating in Dine for the Diner can sign up here.

The following is a list of restaurants that have already pledged 10% for Dine for the Diner in 2023:

  • Antoni’s Italian Cafe
  • BJ’s Poor Boys & Plate Lunches
  • Black Cafe
  • Blanchard’s BBQ
  • Cajun Food Tours
  • Central Pizza
  • Charley G’s
  • Chris’ PoBoys – Pinhook Road
  • Chris’ Poboys – Robley Drive
  • Fezzo’s Seafood, Steakhouse & Oyster Bar – I-10 Service Road
  • Fezzo’s Seafood, Steakhouse & Oyster Bar – Ambassador Caffery
  • Fezzo’s Seafood, Steakhouse & Oyster Bar – Crowley
  • Hub City Diner
  • iMonelli
  • Johnson’s Boucaniere
  • La Pizzeria
  • Louisiana Crawfish Time
  • Marcellos
  • Mo’Crawfish N Mowata
  • Olde Tyme Grocery
  • Pete’s
  • Priya’s Indian Restaurant
  • Rochetto’s Pizzeria – Scott
  • Rochetto’s Pizzeria II – Crowley
  • Sandra’s Cafe & Health Food Store
  • Social Southern Table & Bar
  • The Bus Stop Bistro
  • Viva La Waffle

Tax-deductible contributions can be made to support the work of St. Joseph Diner here.

St. Joseph Diner is a program of Catholic Charities of Acadiana. Catholic Charities of Acadiana cares for the sacred gift of all human life, especially the most vulnerable. Catholic Charities of Acadiana operates twelve programs that serve those currently experiencing homelessness, hunger, and poverty in Acadiana. Since 1973, its programs have represented a response to the Gospel call to carry out the corporal works of mercy: feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, offering hospitality to the homeless, caring for the sick, visiting the imprisoned, and burying the dead.

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