Benefiting Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus restaurants who typically only serve breakfast and lunch will re-open their doors for one night only to serve breakfast for dinner.
All diners are encouraged to bring new pajamas – sized newborn to 12 years – to donate to Nationwide Children’s Hospital and to wear their favorite family-friendly PJs to dine. In exchange for the new pajamas, guests will receive a free dozen Ohio eggs.
Since the program’s inception in 2012, the event has successfully donated more than 8,800 pairs of pajamas and raised $11,500 in monetary contributions for Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
For more information, visit www.pjsandeggsohio.com.
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