Caribbean restaurant and bar, Turtle Bay is opening its second restaurant in Bristol this week. If you fancy sample the Turtle Bay food, drinks and atmosphere while raising money for an awesome local charity, the Malcolm X Community Centre, get yourself along to Cheltenham Road this Friday from 12noon to 9pm.
Throughout their opening day, Turtle Bay guests will only be given a bill for their drinks – they’ll just be asked to pay whatever they think their food was worth. All the money raised from the ‘pay as you feel’ donations left by guests will be matched by Turtle Bay and then donated to the Malcolm X Centre.
Malcolm X Community Centre delivers and hosts a range of cultural activities/events that help to decrease social isolation of some of the most vulnerable people in the City. The Malcolm X Centre started with a primary focus on Afrikan Caribbean communities, but now pride itself in bringing together different sectors of the city through cross generational events and activities to promote better understanding, respect of differences and safer communities.
The money raised will help provide weekly activities such as their supplementary school, Zumba, Cubeaton, Yoga, cooking classes for young people and more.
Turtle Bay’s second Bristol restaurant at 223 Cheltenham Road will be serving up their signature jerk chicken, goat curry, wraps, salads, jerk burgers, BBQ prawns and fish seven days a week. Find out more at www.facebook.com/TurtleBayRestaurants.