Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar Brings Back DIY Gingerbread House Kit

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, a casual dining restaurant known for its innovative twists on American dishes served with small mountain town hospitality, is bringing back its popular DIY Gingerbread House Kit for a third season to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

Complete with pre-cut edible gingerbread walls, roof pieces, the icing to keep it all together, and candies for imaginative decorating, the kit is even sweeter with 100 percent of net proceeds of sales going to support Habitat for Humanity. Every gingerbread house purchased at a Lazy Dog Restaurant will help families in need of a decent place to live in communities across the U.S. Habitat strives to help others build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.

The Gingerbread House Kit is available from November 10 to December 31 for $6.95. It can be found at all Lazy Dog locations for take-out and delivery while supplies last.

The space at Lazy Dog Restaurant draws inspiration from Jackson Hole, Wyoming allowing for guests to connect and experience the spirit of the mountains while dining in a contemporary rustic environment. Lazy Dog’s grand interior is complete with lodge-inspired furnishings such as cozy fireplaces, ledge stone, a chandelier crafted from Aspen logs and artwork reminiscent of the Cowboy State. Lazy Dog also offers brunch on the weekends, plus daily happy hour and late-night offerings.

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