Meals, Deals & Ways to Get Through These Challenging Times 

March 28, 2020
Chef standing behind full lunch service station with assortment of food in trays.

Businesses in the DMV are stepping up to help kids, the elderly and everyone in between amid the coronavirus pandemic

* Grab & Go groceries will be provided at Seat Pleasant City Hall on April 2.
* Restaurants are allowing the community to pay meals forward.
* Busch is offering a three-month supply of free beer to anyone who fosters or adopts a dog. 

** And reminder, more than 300 locations will provide free lunches for students until schools reopen. 


One for tonight, one for tomorrow. Buy One, Take One, ToGo is here— available with Carside Pickup via online ordering or call for free delivery*. -- Link in bio.

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We want to support our community during this crisis. As long as PG County Schools are closed we are offering free “Pancake & Chicken” breakfasts for school children. Breakfast will be available in the restaurant (4601 Presidents Dr, Lanham, MD), Monday-Friday from 8am - 10am. Seating will be limited to 50 guests at a time. Please join the Waitlist on our Yelp page to secure your seating before coming to the restaurant.

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Howdy, Folks! Starting tomorrow, March 14 - April 26, we'll be offering FREE DELIVERY on, making it easier for everyone to enjoy my world famous fried chicken without leaving the comforts of home. If you're more of a DIY type, order ahead and we'll have it ready for pick up so you can skip that line. Terms apply at

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Due to the unfortunate events, we want to help out the community by providing free meals to the kids that are affected. #forthecommunity⁠

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One meal per student per day ⛏--

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