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A Night of Hope at Salum benefiting Bryan's House

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Salulm Restaurant
4152 Cole Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75243

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Abraham Salum, David Andrews, Carlo Barone

Abraham Salum, owner and executive chef of Salum Restaurant, celebrates his Grand Reopening with A Night of Hope Dinner benefiting Bryan’s House. The evening begins with a cocktail reception followed by a very special four-course menu created by Abraham especially for this occasion. The evening includes an open bar, silent auction, and special announcements. 

Stephen Hoyl, Honorary Chair. David Andrews and Carlo Barone, A Night of Hope Dinner Co-Chairs. Stefanie Held, Founder, Bryan’s House.

Silent Auction: June 14, 2023: Now open: https://bryans-house.auctions.networkforgood.com/auctions/a-night-of-hope-silent-auction

Tickets:               Patron Sponsor tickets are $500 each with benefits including a VIP reception, Host Committee, VIP swag bag and listing in the press release. Individual tickets are $200 each. www.bryanshouse.org/a-night-of-hope/

Contact:              Cindy Ryan, Director of Advancement. Phone: 214.559.3946 x148 or email: cryan@bryanshouse.org


About Salum Restaurant:   
Dallas' contemporary American restaurant, is celebrating 16 years of trendsetting cuisine. Chef and Owner Abraham Salum is a graduate of New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, Vermont, and continued his education by working in kitchens in France, Belgium, Mexico and the United States. His vision is to create a restaurant that sets standards rather than follows them. Salum is committed to becoming a food and beverage destination that is celebrated by its guests, distinguished by food that is extraordinary, and an attentive professional staff that is well educated on cuisine and wine.

From Abraham Salum, Owner and Executive Chef: A few months ago we experienced extensive water damage caused by an awning which was ripped off of the building in a storm. The awning was thrown up on the roof, creating a hole that allowed water to pour into the building. The damage was wide-ranging and resulted in our having to close the restaurant. We have since repaired the damage, completely refurnished the interior and are honored to support Bryan's House with A Night of Hope Dinner celebrating our Grand Reopening.   

From David Andrews, Co-Chair: Abraham paid his entire staff during the time Salum was closed. Not only did he pay employees’ salaries, but he compensated his staff for what they normally would have made in tips, too! I have known Abraham for about 15 years and he has ALWAYS given back to the community more than most. That is why Carlo and I wanted to host the dinner at Salum - to support him in return for the way he has supported the community!

https://www.salumrestaurant.com/

About Bryan’s House: The mission of Bryan’s House is to provide children with special needs and their families with trusted case management, educational, therapeutic, and medically-supported care.  www.BryansHouse.org

About Lone Star Monarchs:  To inspire and nurture the human spirit, as together, we build an effective network of individuals and organizations to support a broad spectrum of charitable organizations in Dallas and throughout Texas. Lone Star Monarchs’ (LSM) purpose is exclusively educational and charitable to connect people and enrich lives.

LSM welcomes all people who value our mission. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities. We promote volunteerism and a spirit of service.

LSM has no paid employees. All contributions and funds raised go to LSM services and grants for our service partners.  www.lonestarmonarchs.org

 Photo by Danny Campbell. 


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