DineAmic Group’s specialty pastries, bomboloni (above), get stuffed with a buttercream pomegranate filling at the walk-up café window BomboBar (832 W. Randolph). This sugar-coated dessert — sold, wrapped and boxed in pink pairs for $5 — is a guilt-free indulgence that gives back. $1 of every purchase will be donated to The Lynn Sage Foundation.
Wine and dine on a five-course feast with select drinks at Café Spiaggia’s (980 N. Michigan) Women of Wine and Food event Oct. 11 (6 p.m.) Chicago’s finest wine stewards like The Purple Pig’s Liz Martinez and City Winery’s Rachel Driver Speckan will pair drinks that complement the feast prepared by Chef Breckin VanRaalte. A portion of proceeds will be donated to The Lynn Sage Foundation. For tickets ($105), visit Spiaggiarestaurant.com.
LETTUCE ENTERTAIN YOU
Embrace your inner foodie by sipping and snacking with Lettuce Entertain You restaurants this month. Dine to support The Pink Agenda at RPM Steak (66 W. Kinzie) and RPM Italian (52 W. Illinois) — breast cancer survivor Giuliana Rancic and her husband Bill’s restaurants. Craving a sweet treat? Head over to Mity Nice Bar & Grill (835 N. Michigan) for a selection of pink cookies and cupcakes benefitting The Lynn Sage Foundation.
NELLCÔTE AND RM CHAMPANGE SALON
European eatery Nellcôte (833 W. Randolph) and Champagne bar RM Champagne Salon (116 N. Green) cheers to the cause with pink drinks for the entire month of October. A portion of each $12 pour of Francois Montand’s sparkling rosé will be donated to Chicago-based nonprofit Bright Pink.
GARRETT POPCORN SHOPS
Chicago-based specialty popcorn shop Garrett Popcorn turns its stripes pink in support of A Silver Lining Foundation. All locations citywide will donate 10 percent of their pink-tin sales (starting at $28) — stuffed with flavors like Buffalo CheeseCorn, CaramelCrisp and the traditional Buttery — to the foundation which ensures that all women receive mammograms.