06/08/2010 04:54 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Dine Out For The Gulf: Where To Dine Out For The Gulf In LA

Found via Grub Street LA comes this listing of local restaurants donating a portion of their profits to The Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund. From the organization's website:

Many restaurants will highlight Gulf seafood offerings as a way to support the Gulf Coast fishing industry (commercial and charter fisherman), just declared a national fisheries disaster by Commerce Secretary Gary Locke.
The short-term goal of The Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund, administered by the Greater New Orleans Foundation, is to make emergency grants to nonprofit organizations helping the victims of the oil spill. The long-term goal of the fund is to address the long-term economic, environmental, cultural effects of the disaster, and strengthen coastal communities against future environmental catastrophes by investing in solutions. No administrative fees will be charged to the fund: all funds will be re-granted to the communities in need.

Local particupants include Susan Feniger's Street, The Bazaar at SLS Hotel, and Michael's in Santa Monica. Click here to see a full list of participants.