We're back!  Join us for our April event: 



 420 Castro Street, Mountain View (map)

Monday, April 21 & Tuesday, April 22

Advance Reservations required by April 17

Click here to register


House Salad
Cherry tomatoes, crumbled blue cheese, candied walnuts, roasted onion sherry vinaigrette

Chicken Piccata
Green beans and jasmine rice

Southwest Snapper
Spanish rice, black beans, salsa fresca and sour cream

Tofu with Wild Mushroom Risotto 


Raspberry Jack
French vanilla ice cream, raspberries, triple sec, whipped cream


 SIGN UP: http://www.csacares.org/cwc-reg/

The prepaid cost for the meal is $32.00 for adults and $18.00 for children, ages 12 and under.

 Reservations required by April 17

Gratuities are NOT included, please kindly tip your servers.

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  • About Chefs Who Care
  • Participating Restaurants
  • How To Participate
  • How To Be A Chef Who Cares

    See the article about our need for food in the Los Altos Town Crier.


    A Recipe For Caring, Commitment, and Compassion

    In its sixteenth  year, Community Services Agency's “Chefs Who Care” dine-out has been a popular fundraiser that rotates among some of the area’s finest restaurants. Participating restaurants donate 50% of their proceeds for a specified dinner on a particular date (or two) each month.

    “It’s a fun, easy, and rewarding way to support Community Services Agency and a great way to sample some of the new restaurants in the area, “ says Jim Boin, Development Director for CSA,  “We have groups of friends who all come together on the same night, but you don’t have to be a part of a group to participate – just call or mail payment with information and sign up in advance.” 

    The event is so popular now, attracting over 200 people each month that it is sometimes held
    over a 3-night period depending on the restaurant size.

    Last year over $30,000 was raised to support our Food and Nutrition Center, the largest component of our Emergency Assistance Program.

    “The food available in our Food and Nutrition Center supports self-sufficiency by allowing money that might have gone to groceries to go for rent, medical bills and other expenses,” says LaDrea Clark, CSA’s Food & Nutrition Assistant. “It also provides an opportunity with health and nutrition education to address lifestyle choices in diet that may impact future health problems with their subsequent economic and social burdens.”

    Can't attend? Donate directly!



    Thank you to all the local restaurants who truly stepped up to the plate!

    Ristorante Don Giovanni · Beasejour Restaurant Francais · JW Catering  · Amarin Thai · Cabana Bistro & Bar · Armadillo Willy's · Vive Sol · Brian's Restaurant · Tarragon · Fu Lam Mum · Le Petit Bistro · Hunan Chili · Estrellita ·  Vaso Azzurro ·  Bella Vita ·  Cafe Bombay ·  Michael's at Shoreline · Aldo Los Altos  · Los Charros · Morocco's · Pineapple Grill 


    Restaurants are subject to change up to 30 days prior to the event.


    Reservations can be made
    online (via Paypal or credit card) or by calling the 24-hour message recorder at 650.961.3584.

    Please include: your name, number in your party, seating date, seating time, entree selections (if applicable), address, phone number, VISA or MasterCard number, expiration date, 3-digit Security Code (on back of card), and any special instructions, including who you would like to be seated with. PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE PARTICIPATING RESTAURANT for reservations. 

    Bring a friend and support Community Services Agency in helping others help themselves.


    For restaurant sponsorship opportunities, contact Christina Sudairy at 650.968.0836 x147.