Breakfast After Dark Supports Over 70 Triad Schools

Restaurant Fundraiser Planned for October 18.


Image courtesy of Biscuitville FRESH SOUTHERN®

Over 70 Triad-area public and private schools will benefit from Breakfast After Dark, when Biscuitville FRESH SOUTHERN® opens all 54 of its restaurants for its one-night-only annual fundraising event. During the event, 20 percent of food and beverage sales will be donated to more than 150 local schools and community organizations throughout North Carolina and Virginia. 

Breakfast After Dark is planned for Tuesday, October 18 from 5-8 p.m. For a list of recipient schools and organizations for this fundraising event, visit

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