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MLK Day!

It’s MLK Day…Tomato Head will be open today, regular hours.

Tomato Head to Donate Percentage of Sales to Support Haiti Disaster Relief Effort

Upon hearing the news of the extensive devastation in Haiti caused by the recent earthquake, the staff and owners of Tomato Head knew they wanted to do something to help.

On Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16, The Tomato Head restaurant will donate five-percent of all sales to support disaster relief efforts for Haiti, including Doctors Without Borders. Both the Maryville and Knoxville locations of the restaurant will be participating.

WHO: The Tomato Head Restaurant
Serving innovative pizzas, sandwiches, salads and specials since 1990, The Tomato Head’s focus on great food extends from homemade breads, dressings, salsas, dips and desserts all the way to the peppers that are pickled in house.

WHAT: A donation of five-percent of all sales occurring on Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16, will be given to efforts supporting disaster relief in Haiti, including Doctors Without Borders.

WHEN: Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16
Knoxville location, 11am – 10:30pm (both days)
Maryville location, 11am – 9pm (both days)

WHY: The Tomato Head restaurant is committed to sustainable practices and community engagement. By acting locally to raise funds for this humanitarian effort, the restaurant can extend its reach to the global community that needs help most.

WHERE: Knoxville, TN—located in downtown Knoxville at 12 Market Square (865.637.4067) & Maryville, TN—located in downtown Maryville at 211 Broadway (865.981.1080).

HOW: Diners eating at The Tomato Head on Friday, January 15 or Saturday, January 16 will be supporting the Haiti disaster relief effort, no matter what food they select or the size of the order. Five-percent of all sales will be donated.

Who’s Showing — 2010 Exhibit Schedule

January 2010
Knoxville, 1/2-2/6: Dale Mackey
Maryville, 1/3-2/7: Leslie Hatten

February
Knoxville, 2/6-3/6: Robert Batey
Maryville, 2/7-3/7: Dale Mackey

March
Knoxville, 3/6-4/3: Julie Armburster
Maryville, 3/7-4/4: Robert Batey

April
Knoxville, 4/3-5/1: Todd Witcher
Maryville, 4/4-5/2: Julie Armbruster

May
Knoxville, 5/1-6/5: Diana Rogers
Maryville, 5/2-6/6: Todd Witcher

June
Knoxville, 6/5-7/3: Julie Bernal
Maryville, 6/6-7/3: Diana Rogers

July
Knoxville, 7/3-8/7: Jarrod Justice
Maryville, 7/3-8/8: Julie Bernal

August
Knoxville, 8/7-9/4: Zach Jones
Maryville, 8/8-9/5: Jarrod Justice

September
Knoxville, 9/4-10/2: Steph Huntz
Maryville, 9/5-10/3: Zach Jones

October
Knoxville, 10/2-11/6: Patrick McInerey
Maryville, 10/3-11/7: Steph Huntz

November
Knoxville, 11/6-12/4: Jonathon Howe
Maryville, 11/7-12/5: Patrick McInerey

December
Knoxville, 12/4-1/1: Heather Middlebrook
Maryville, 12/5-1/2: Jonathon Howe

Holiday Happenings in Maryville

The Maryville/Alcoa Jaycees Christmas Parade will be ho-ho-ho-ing right by our front door Saturday, Dec. 12 at 11:00 a.m. (Yes, we’ll be open!)

The Palace Theater is also screening some holiday favorites, which is a great opportunity for dinner and a movie.

Thursday Dec. 17 & Saturday Dec. 19 at 7:00 p.m. “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney.

Friday Dec. 18 at 7:00 p.m. you can catch “It’s a Wonderful Life” with, well, you know who.

Lightin’, Skatin’, Shoppin’, Eatin’ (Downtown Knoxville Holiday Happenings)

The Tomato Head is open! In fact, we’ll be operating with regular business hours until Christmas Eve.

And starting today, Market Square and Downtown Knoxville host a number of holiday celebrations. Come and enjoy!

*Outdoor Christmas Village on Market Street with market, caroling, marshmallow roasting and shopping (Nov. 27 12-9 p.m., Nov. 28 12-5 p.m.).

*Lighting of the 38 ft. First Tennessee Foundation tree (Nov. 27)

*Ice Skating on the Square!

*Fantasy of Trees (at the Convention Center)

*Shopping galore at all of the Market Square and downtown businesses

Plenty of activities to work up a good appetite…see you at The Tomato Head!

Tomato Head on TV

Interested in some ideas for post-Thanksgiving day recipes to take care of holiday leftovers? Folks can catch Mahasti Vafaie, founder and co-owner of Tomato Head, on local station WBIR Saturday, Nov. 21, from about 8:15am – 8:30am cooking up a turkey soup that may be more memorable than the actual turkey day feast. Will the soup be available at Tomato Head? Check the specials postings (either on Twitter @thetomatohead, Facebook, or the web site) to find out.

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