Tuscany Restaurants Show a Little Heart on Valentine’s Day
10% of proceeds from special Valentine’s Day desserts to be donated to the American Heart Association
(February 7, 2010 – Chicago, IL…) On Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14, Phil Stefani Signature Restaurants’ three Tuscany locations will donate a portion of their earnings to the American Heart Association. 10% of the proceeds from Tuscany’s special Valentine’s Day Desserts will be donated to the American Heart Association. Each Tuscany location will feature a unique dessert prepared by each location’s executive chef.
Tuscany Wheeling (550 S. Milwaukee Ave. 847.465.9988) will offer a Calzone di Nutella; a delectable mix of dark chocolate and hazelnuts, folded in the middle of Tuscany’s homemade pizza dough. Tuscany Oak Brook (1415 W. 22nd St. 630.990.1993) will be serving up a Passion Fruit white chocolate cake, complete with a chocolate dipped strawberry and mango kiwi sauce. Tuscany on Taylor (1014 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 312.829.1990) is preparing their homemade cheesecake served with a scoop of gelato.
Amy Larrick, Phil Stefani Signature Restaurant’s Director of Marketing said, “We’re excited to help the American Heart Association and their cause. The organization is a perfect tie in with Valentines Day” Larrick added, “The American Heart Association is a great organization, and I have a feeling that we will be selling quite a few special desserts on Valentine’s Day. The donation will go towards funding cutting-edge research, educational programs, and public advocacy.”
About Phil Stefani Signature Restaurants
Located throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, Phil Stefani’s business ventures include nine restaurants, banquet facilities, five seasonal venues, an off-premise catering service, food and beverage services at one of Chicago’s premiere golf courses, and a gourmet pasta shop. Phil Stefani Signature Restaurants offer everything from authentic Italian to sophisticated fine-dining steak and seafood to casual beer gardens and lakeshore cafes along Lake Michigan’s boardwalk and shoreline. For more information, please visit stefanirestaurants.com
About The American Heart Association
Founded in 1924, we’re the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary health organization dedicated to building healthier lives, free of heart disease and stroke. To help prevent, treat and defeat these diseases — America’s No. 1 and No. 3 killers — we fund cutting-edge research, conduct lifesaving public and professional educational programs, and advocate to protect public health. To learn more or join us in helping all Americans, call 1-800-AHA-USA1 or visit americanheart.org.