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West Hills Restaurant Society Cash Mobs to Help Local Eateries Succeed

The high school group has organized events next week at Pinnacle Peak and Roots Community Kitchen.

The West Hills Restaurant Society will be hosting a cash mob at Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse and Roots Community Kitchen in Santee next week.

The idea of the cash mob is to help restaurants in Santee by providing free advertising and by attending the restaurants in mass number, according to the WHRS Facebook page.

Cash Mobs are a recent phonomenon used to "support local businesses and encourage people to buy locally," according to the cashmob.com.

WHRS is a group made from students in the West Hills High AP Government class that are "trying to make a difference in our community," according to their Facebook page.

The event at Pinnacle Peak is Monday (Jan. 14) and the Roots Community Kitchen event is on Friday (Jan. 18) both at 5:30 until closing.

Roots Community Kitchen is a new addition to Santee that is described as a "farm-to-table gastropub with homestyle hospitality." Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse is a longtime Santee restaurant where you'll lose a tie if you dress too fancy. 

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just my opinion January 14, 2013 at 01:49 AM
What a great thing this group is doing.
Chase Whittaker January 16, 2013 at 04:56 AM
We have a website too! Visit us at: TheRestaurantSociety.tk! Pinnacle Peak was a HUGE success where we had around 150-175 students and their families and friends show up and support one of our oldest, most historic, local restaurants. Roots Community Kitchen is next up on Friday! Hope to see everyone there!
roger goltes June 02, 2013 at 07:25 AM
The event at Pinnacle Peak is Monday (Jan. 14) and the Roots Community Kitchen event is on Friday (Jan. 18) both at 5:30 until closing. <a href="http://caynhuy.wordpress.com">cay phong thuy</a>

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