RAZZOO’S AND TRICKY FISH TO RAISE FUNDS FOR PROJECT TINY HOUSE

RAZZOO’S AND TRICKY FISH TO RAISE FUNDS FOR PROJECT TINY HOUSE

North Texas-based Razzoo’s and Tricky Fish will be helping students enrolled in the Career/Technical Education program at Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School design and build a 200 square foot tiny house throughout the month of October by raising funds for Project Tiny House.  Guests at any of the 11 Razzoo’s Cajun Café locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and at both Tricky Fish locations will be able to participate.

“It has always been part of our initiative to be involved in the community,” explains Razzoo’s President Chris Degan.  “We hope to make a meaningful difference in the lives of the students and recipients of the finished project.”

This is the first year Razzoo’s will partner with Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School’s Project Tiny House.

The mission of Project Tiny House is to have a completed Tiny House project both in design and in construction with the final Tiny House to be either auctioned off or donated to a local Diamond Hill neighborhood charity while bringing awareness to what the students of Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School can achieve.

The Project Tiny House initiative will run in all 11 Dallas-Fort Worth based Razzoo’s and both Tricky Fish locations from October 1 through October 31.

ABOUT RAZZOO’S CAJUN CAFÉ:  At Razzoo’s we try not to take ourselves too seriously.  What we do take seriously is our food and our service. To us, nothing is more fun than treating our guests to great food and a great time in one of our restaurants.  That’s why we’re here.  Our food is authentic, it’s made from scratch every day in each restaurant and it’s darn good.  Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is).  Some of it is hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas – feel free to point when you order (that happens a lot).  We’ve been at this for over 27 years and we’ve made a lot of friends along the way.  We’d like to think that didn’t happen by accident.  So check out our menu, find the nearest location and hop in the car.  We’ll be at the door when you get here.

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