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This Miami Restaurant Donates Chocolate Cake Proceeds To Brain Tumor Research

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This Miami Restaurant Donates Chocolate Cake Proceeds To Brain Tumor Research

Looking for some chocolately goodness to indulge in this Valentine’s?

Look no further than Doc B’s bar and restaurant Miami. For each slice of “Rob’s Double Decker Chocolate Cake” sold, Doc B’s have pledged to donate $5 to the American Brain Tumor Association. [Main Image: @docbsrestaurant, Miami].

Craig Bernstein, the owner of the restaurant, has dedicated this initiative to his late father. Dr Robert Bernstein sadly didn’t witness his son fulfilling his lifelong dream of owning a restaurant.

 

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The first Doc B’s was named after Craig Bernstein’s father and opened in Chicago. Available in all eight locations, the cake also took its name after Doctor Bernstein. It will be available through February to mark Dr. Bernstein’s birthday month.

Each slice costs $10, and can be enjoyed alongside or after a host of other popular items. $5 goes towards a huge slice of limited edition cake, with the other half heading to the American Brain Tumor Association.

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It can also be purchased during happy hour (4-7pm, Mon-Fri). This offers a selection of $3 wines and beers, as well as $5 whiskey cocktails and more. So, it’s a great location to grab a few drinks after work with your friends in a chilled atmosphere. And, if you fancy a bite to eat, you can add to the excellent cause by grabbing a slice of Rob’s Double Decker Chocolate Cake.

 

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Doc B’s Bar and Restaurant has three Florida spots: Tampa, Coral Gables and Fort Lauderdale. The initiative runs in all restaurants through February and pledges $5 to the American Brain Tumor Association.

You can find out more about Doc B’s and the American Brain Tumor Association on their websites.¬†

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