This Sunday, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families hosts the 8th annual Soup Sunday starting at 11:00 am through 1:30 at the First United Methodist Church of Springdale.
Soup Sunday benefits Arkansas Advocates, who’s mission to ensure that all children in Arkansas have the resources and opportunities to live healthy and productive lives through research and effective advocacy on issues ranging from education to health care, child welfare and the promotion of a more progressive tax system.
If you show up on Sunday, be hungry. 25 different restaurants will be bringing soups, as well as bread, desserts, drinks and coffee. Tickets are $15 for adults, and $5 for children, and you can purchase them online, or by calling (479) 927-9800.
The list of participating restaurants is pretty impressive too. Here’s the full list, including the soup each restaurant will bring:
Acapulco Mexican Grill – Sopa de Tortilla
AQ Chicken House – Chicken Noodle
Café Rue Orleans – Crawfish Corn Bisque
Camille’s Sidewalk Café – Tomato Tuscan
Common Grounds Gourmet Espresso Bar – Sweet and Hot Vegetable Barley
Columbiamex – Sopa de Albondigas (Meatball Soup)
Crabby’s Seafood Bar and Grill – Chowder
Dixie Café – Broccoli Cheddar
First United Methodist Church – Chef Maurice’s Special
Greenhouse Grille – Tomato Pesto
Hog Haus Brewing Co. – Ribeye Stew
Little Johnny’s Taqueria – Caldo de Rez (Beef Soup)
Logan’s Roadhouse – Loaded Potato
McAlister’s Deli – Chicken Tortilla
Noodle’s Italian Kitchen – Portabello Mushroom
Olive Garden – Minestrone
Oseguera’s – Sopa de Fideo (Noodle Soup)
Outback Steakhouse – Creamy Broccoli Cheddar
Spring Street Grill – Vegetable
Soul Restaurant and Lounge – Corn Chowder
Western Sizzlin Restaurant – Potato
There will also be bread from Panera Bread, coffee from Arsaga’s Café and desserts from Haas Baking Co.
Sounds delicious. Eat some soup.