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Coach Rice Restaurant Rally; Pumpkin Cocktails; More

LAS VEGAS — More than 50 restaurants will participate in the Coach Dave Rice Restaurant Rally by donating a portion of all proceeds on one day, Monday, Nov. 12, to the Dave Rice Foundation. The day will commemorate the first day of the Runnin' Rebels 2012/2013 basketball season. The Dave Rice Foundation was developed to raise money and awareness in support of local organizations dedicated to the treatment of autism and other developmental disorders. Among the early participating restaurants are Capriotti's on Paradise, all Buffalo Wild Wings locations, three Hash House A Go Go locations, Born and Raised, Giuseppe's, Montana Meat Co., Jesse's Pizza, Emerald Island Grille, Freakin' Frog, Stephano's Gyros, Meatball Spot at Town Square and Señor Frog's at Treasure Island. [EaterWire]

BELLAGIOHyde Bellagio now has a pumpkin cupcake cocktail for $18. This shooter blends apple Stoli with pumpkin puree, yellow chartreuse, simple syrup and lemon juice. [EaterWire]

FORUM SHOPS AT CAESARSJoe's Stone Crab now has Sweet Potato Pecan Pie. For every slice sold in November, $1 will be donated to St. Louis Rams running back and Las Vegas native Steven Jackson's foundation, the Steven Jackson Foundation. The foundation is dedicated to promoting strong educational values and healthy living among today's youth. [EaterWire]

BOCA PARKThe Melting Pot's St. Jude Thanks and Giving Campaign is going on through Dec. 31 to raise funds for cancer research. By donating $10 or more to St. Jude at The Melting Pot, guests will receive a Fondue for the Kids card that offers $20 off a future purchase of $50 or more. Donations can also be made online at [EaterWire]
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