CLEVELAND, OH (April 11, 2011) – The Cleveland Renegade Project is preparing lunch to benefit the Cleveland Animal Protective League at Star Plaza, located at East 14th & Euclid Avenue in PlayhouseSquare, on Wednesday, April 13 from noon to 1 pm.

The Cleveland Renegade Lunch Project is a traveling restaurant concept that offers lucky diners (first come, first served) a complimentary three-course lunch, prepared tableside and served by a professional service staff on china, glass and silver. The goal of these lunches is to help to build a sense of community and excitement in our fair city one meal at a time. No strings attached…almost.  The Cleveland Renegade Lunch Project supports different charities by raising funds and awareness.  They ask that you make a donation in return for your lunch.

On Wednesday, April 13, the Renegade Lunch Project will provide lunch on Star Plaza for 50 lucky people and it willbenefit the Cleveland APL! (In case of rain, the event will take place at Idea Center Building.)  People can take your chances on a seat being available for you or you can reserve your seat for a donation of $50 to the Cleveland APL.

Oh, and you could also go home with a new best friend because the APL will be there with adoptable dogs and cats!

This event is to celebrate the Cleveland APL being chosen as a “Fill the House” charity by the Cleveland Indians. Tickets for the April 27th game will be available for purchase at the Renegade Lunch! Or buy them online:

The code to purchase tickets is “APL“