It could take years for those in and around Texas to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
On Saturday, dozens of District restaurants are giving a portion to 100 percent of their proceeds to victims and small businesses in Texas.
One restaurant is Ari's Diner in Northeast D.C. Every scrape, every pour; every movement is a humbling experience today for Chef Miguel Rosario.
"The money will help, but the suffering will continue. It's our job to say we're here with you, you're not suffering alone," said Rosario.
Use #DineOut4Houston to show your support.
Here is a list of participating restaurants:
DC Brau Brewing Company - 100 % of sales donated
1905,1789 Restaurant & The Tombs, 3 Stars Brewing Taproom, Acqua al 2, All Purpose Pizzeria, American Ice Company, ANXO Cidery & Tasting Room, Ari's Diner, Atlas Brew Works, Boundary Stone Public House, Brookland Pint, Brookland's Finest, Cantina Marina, Cassava Boba, Catoctin Creek Distillery, Clyde's of Gallery Place, Clyde's of Georgetown, Cork Wine Bar, Craft Beer Cellar, Crisp Kitchen + Bar, DC Reynolds, DC9, Denson Liquor Bar, Dock FC, El Camino, Ghibellina, Harold Black, Ivy and Coney, La Puerta Verde, Looking Glass, Martin's Tavern, Neighborhood Restaurant Group, New Columbia Distillers Tasting Room, Old Ebbitt Grill, Port City Brewing Taproom, Quarter+Glory, Republic Restoratives Distillery and Craft Cocktail Bar, Rock N Roll Hotel, Saufhaus, Scarlet Oak, Sixth Engine, Solly's Tavern, Sotto, Southern Hospitality, Sticky Rice, Sushi Taro, The Good Silver, The Hamilton, The Red Hen, The Rum House (NY), The Salt Line, Tyber Creek Wine Bar & Kitchen, Walker's Grille, Walters Sports Bar and Yang Market - portion of sales donated.