Pop-up restaurant to benefit food bank

Published 9:51 am Thursday, July 30, 2020

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A pop-up restaurant with a purpose.

A place to give people moments of pleasure now and help those around them who are unable to provide enough food to feed their families.

Providence Catering (a program of the Second Harvest Food Bank) and WinMock at Kinderton are expanding a partnership by opening a Pop-Up Restaurant on weekends, beginning the evening of July 31.

Goals are simple: provide funds to feed hungry neighbors, provide work for Providence team members, and provide area residents with a dining experience in a safe and healthy environment.

Chef Jeff Bacon and his culinary team have developed a special “Most Good Dinner” menu featuring grill-inspired entrees along with a children’s menu and drink packages.

WinMock will offer indoor and outdoor seating on scenic terraces and abundant loft with plenty of space for social distancing. The team of catering and event professionals is specially trained in COVID response service.

This dining experience is created by those who brought HEARD Collaborative Café and Providence Culinary Training program. Proceeds from this dinner will go to support Second Harvest Food Banks ongoing COVID response.

It’s the “most good you can do with a fork.”

Make reservations at MostGoodPopUp.org.