Honest Burgers are asking customers to take part in an Honesty Box Day, where they pay what they feel their meal is worth – with all proceeds donated to local charities.
On Wednesday, 17th July, Honest Burgers on Bridge Street in Manchester will be holding an Honesty Box Day, between 11.30am and 4.30pm. They’ll be inviting customers to pay what they feel their meal is worth, with 100% of the proceeds donated between three local charities.
When dining, customers simply stick a sticker on the donations board next to the charity they wish their donation to go to, and the proceeds are split accordingly.
Customers can choose any items from the menu for Honesty Box Day, including the Manchester special, which sees a combination of Honest beef, (from their own butchery), Bury black pudding, Runaway beer cheese sauce, mini roasties, bacon gravy, rocket and pickles. Customers can also order this month’s special – Buffalo Chicken, made with free-range buttermilk fried chicken, smoked bacon, Frank’s Red Hot buffalo sauce, blue cheese mayo, pickles and lettuce.
All burgers come with homemade rosemary salted chips – trust us, they’re to die for.
Tom Barton, co-founder of Honest Burgers, said: “The idea for our Honesty Box Day came from seeing an honesty box in a little coastal town in Wales, which donated all the proceeds to the community. That started the wheels turning and got us thinking about how we could do something good for the local community when we open a new restaurant. So please do turn up, tuck in and dig deep for three very worthy causes.”
In a city full of burger options (some more notable than others), Honest is up there with the finest. Read how we got on when they first opened.
ROYAL MANCHESTER CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL CHARITY.
RMCH focus on treatment and research, and care for over 270,000 children a year, making sure everyone in their care receives the highest quality treatment.
Mustard Tree supports people across Greater Manchester in poverty and facing homelessness. They create opportunities for friendship, work, and improving health and well being.
Founded in 1999, Moodswings aim to help people recover from issues such as anxiety and depression, as well as the severe emotional distress they can cause.