Local ceviche bar offers meals to furloughed federal employees after shutdown ends
SPOKANE, Wash. — Zona Blanca has joined the myriad of local businesses helping federal employees during, and now after, the government shutdown.
Chad White, the head chef and owner of the ceviche bar, posted on Instagram about the offer on Monday.
Even though the shutdown has come to an end, for the next two weeks (Jan. 28 to Feb. 11) from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., federal employees and their families can enjoy a hot meal for free. However, because the establishment is a 21 and older venue, they ask that an adult come inside to grab that meal as take out.
Life doesn’t just pause itself when our pay stops: Starting tomorrow and for the next 2 weeks we will be feeding furloughed Federal employees and their families a hot meal for FREE at Zona Blanca from 12pm – 4pm. �Were a 21+ Establishment so if your family is with you please have one adult come in and we can provide this for take out. Federal employees will need to present a federal I.D. @wckitchen @chefjoseandres @cheftimkilcoyne @limefishsalt #chefsforfeds
A post shared by Chad White (@chefchadwhite) on Jan 28, 2019 at 8:36am PST
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