Baltimore Restaurant to Serve the Homeless for 5 Nights of Fine Dining

JoAnn Chateau

Photo: Michael Tabrizi – Courtesy of Tabrizi’s Restaurant

This Restaurant Is Inviting Only The Homeless For 5 Nights Of Fine Dining

For most restaurant owners in the city of Baltimore, Restaurant Week (July 20-25th) marks a key opportunity to regain lost business after a period of civil unrest. For those that aren’t familiar with what happened, a series of civilian protests broke out in the city, leading to a heavily enforced curfew throughout a large portion of April and May.

Despite suffering the same losses as every other restaurateur in the city, Michael Tabrizi, owner of Tabrizi’s Restaurant, is using Restaurant Week in a refreshing way. Rather than electing to cash in on the potential increase in customer traffic, Michael is opening his restaurant privately to the city’s homeless. […]

— Mark DeNicola, Collective Evolution

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About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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