Locally owned Independent Restaurant Concepts (IRC) is proud to partner with Worthy Brewing to donate $1 of every pint sold in their restaurants and bars to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts through the Houston Food Bank. Participating restaurants include The Station, The Independent Sports Bar & Grill, Patton Maryland, Paddy’s Bar & Grill, North 45 Pub, Produce Row Cafe, and Circa 33. “Our best thoughts and prayers go out to all families that are affected by this natural disaster; we would like to use our businesses and reach in our community to help raise dollars for much needed food and supplies,” says owner Josh Johnston.
Hops for Houston will be promoted at the aforementioned locations for the entire month of September.
Independent Restaurant Concepts (IRC) is a local, owner-operated hospitality consultancy that contracts with and manages a collective of Portland area restaurants. Each IRC property has a unique concept and offering with the goal of delivering an amazing customer experience in Portland neighborhoods.
Principle owners and Portlanders, James Hall and Josh Johnston got their start in 2006 with their first location, North 45, and have since expanded the portfolio to eight brick and mortar properties as well as an offsite catering company and consulting arm. Locations include North 45 Pub, Paddy’s Bar & Grill, Circa 33, The Station, Cadillac Café, Produce Row Café, The Independent Sports Bar & Grill and Patton Maryland. IRC aspires to work hard, be nice, be safe, be memorable and embrace community.