Mark your calendars, folks. Next Wednesday (1/20), you have quite an opportunity. Not only will you have the chance to eat some delicious soup and bread (as the name should imply) - but you will also be able to support an amazing community meal project. If you aren't already familiar with Soup & Bread, it's a free weekly community meal hosted (for its eighth year) at The Hideout Chicago. Not only that, but this donation based meal meet up uses the give-what-you-can donations received each week to support local food pantries and hunger relief agencies (think Greater Chicago Food Depository and beyond). The Soup & Bread season officially kicked off for 2016 on January 6th. Next week, on the 20th, not only do you have another chance to participate in this unique and rewarding event - but the food (well, at least the soup) will be supplied by members of the Slow Food Chicago board. That's right, we're cooking for you. So come on out to the Hideout next Wednesday - fill up on soup, and bread, and maybe even grab a drink from the bar; all while knowing that you can feel good about where your meal came from, the love and labor that went into it, and revel in the difference your donation could make (no matter the size, it counts) at local pantries and agencies. And maybe, just maybe, you can learn a little bit more about what we do at Slow Food in the process (you know, aside from make amazing soups). Hope you can join us!
Where: The Hideout // 1354 W. Wabansia Ave, Chicago, IL 60642 (map)
When: Wednesday, January 20th, 2016 // 5:30pm-8:00pm
Cost: Free, with suggested donation.