Here’s a counter-intuitive business decision. Tabrizi’s owner Michael Tabrizi will be closing his restaurant to the public during Baltimore Restaurant Week. Instead, he will be teaming up with local shelters to serve food to the homeless.
Tabrizi told Baltimore magazine that he “decided that, after all of the chaos earlier this year, it would be better to do something for the city to unite the people.” And it’s not like Tabrizi will simply be taking shifts at a free kitchen. He’s organized a week of treating Baltimore’s homeless to “elegant meals” — which will include chicken cordon bleu with a spring salad, sparkling apple cider, and ice cream — at the downtown Middle-Eastern restaurant and wedding venue.
Tabrizi hopes his “Homeless Restaurant Week” patrons will “feel like they’re cared for.”
If you’re interested in volunteering, you can fill out a contact form on the Tabrizi’s website.
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