MID TAP holding drive-thru crawfish, jambalaya fundraiser to benefit cancer patients & employees experiencing hardship

MID TAP holding drive-thru crawfish, jambalaya fundraiser to benefit cancer patients & employees experiencing hardship
(Source: WAFB)

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - MID TAP, a bar and grill in Baton Rouge known for its wide variety of self-serve beer taps, is holding a fundraiser to benefit cancer patients and employees of MID TAP currently experiencing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The bar is holding a drive-thru crawfish and jambalaya fundraiser called Beat Cancer, Beat COVID-19. The fundraiser will be held Thursday, April 2 from 4 to 7 p.m. at 660 Arlington Creek Centre Blvd., Suite D (Rouses shopping center at Lee/Burbank).

Mid-Tap is holding a fundraiser to benefit both cancer patients and its own employees currently experiencing hardship due to COVID-19.
Mid-Tap is holding a fundraiser to benefit both cancer patients and its own employees currently experiencing hardship due to COVID-19. (Source: Mid-Tap)

MID TAP says proceeds will go towards patients and supplies at Mary Bird Perkins - Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center as well as MID TAP employees.

Five-pound servings of crawfish and fixins’ will be sold for $15, while jambalaya dinners will be two for $10. Pre-orders can by placed by emailing info@midtapbr.com.

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