Whether you are looking for a rich chocolate dessert, or looking to support Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels, ordering a Double Chocolate Hill at Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant will serve the purpose.
In fact, since the restaurant open in January, the popular dessert has already raised $1,200 for the nonprofit, and CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation.
For each of the desserts sold (the Double Chocolate Hill costs $8.95), Iron Hill donates 75 cents apiece to each charity. According to a press release, the Chestnut Hill restaurant has sold 847 of the chocolate confections.
“At Iron Hill, we’re passionate about more than just great food and great beer. We deeply value the ability to involve ourselves in our community and give back to those less fortunate. Our company-wide giving initiatives allow us to support worthy national causes and also to contribute to those who make a difference right here in our neighborhood,” Iron Hill co-owner Kevin Finn said in the release.
So what’s in this chocolaty treat? The Double Chocolate Hill is a ‘moist chocolate cake with a warm peanut butter center, covered in a creamy chocolate ganache and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.’ Philanthropy never tasted so good.