When it comes to raising money for good causes, restaurants are pretty good about doing the gala dinners or golf tournaments.But those events only come around once or twice a year, and, these days, it’s not easy to get attendees to pay $200-plus per head for a seat at a table—no matter how great the food or important the cause. So Harald Herrmann, chief executive of Irvine, Calif.-based Yard House Restaurants, has come up with a plan for “everyday giving.” He’s calling it ...
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