For most of us in North Louisiana, it doesn't take a lot of arm twisting to get us to enjoy some great gumbo or seafood in a beautiful outdoor dining experience.

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Throw in the fact that it will all help to keep the Bossier community clean and it's certainly a win-win-win!

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That's exactly what is in store for us with the inaugural "Dinner Under the Stars: A Taste of East Bank" that will raise much needed funds for all the vitally important works of Keep Bossier Beautiful.

Where And When Will It Be Held?

The event will be held at the East Bank District and Plaza at 615 Barksdale Boulevard in Bossier City on Sunday, September 18, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Diners are in for a real treat as several restaurants in the East Bank District will each provide a featured menu item for diners to enjoy at this outdoor dining experience.

Which Restaurants Are Participating?

Among those participating restaurants scheduled to prepare their cuisine favorites are BeauJax Crafthouse,  Frozen Piroque, Flying Heart Brewery & Pub, and El Patio Mexican Restaurant.

Attendees will even be treated to the instrumental sounds of local musician Michael Futreal.

How Much Are Tickets?

Tickets for the event are $45 each and will directly benefit Keep Bossier Beautiful, which works throughout Bossier Parish to decrease litter, enhance recycling and beautify our communities.

Dress is summer casual, and tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite HERE.

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