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Check out all the great choices at this Sunday’s Brunch from 9 until 2 at 300 North Broad:
Shrimp & Grits | Farmer’s Market Omelette | Cinnamon Apple Angel Food Cake Frech Toast | Pork-Belly Hash with Tow Poached Eggs | Breakfast Sandwich | Breakfast Burrito | Traditional Breakfast | Huevos Rancheros
Enjoy the weather on the beautiful patio at Liberty’s Kitchen and feast on Louisiana Gulf Shrimp & Grits, Huevos Rancheros, Angel Food Cake French Toast, Market Fresh Veggie Omelets, and much more! A portion of all proceeds from the Sunday Brunch will benefit Liberty’s Kitchen.
No reservations necessary. Menu may vary. For more information, please contact [email protected] or 504-822-4011.
Sunday December 14th from 9AM – 2PM at Liberty’s Kitchen at 300 North Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70119
Enjoy Liberty’s Kitchen’s line of Starbucks coffee drinks while you eat!
For more information contact [email protected]
Liberty’s Kitchen is a social enterprise dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable New Orleans youth. Liberty’s Kitchen provides a path to bright and healthy futures through employability and life skills training and by providing freshly prepared, nutritious meals to school children.
Liberty’s Kitchen helps young people access futures that are healthy and sustainable, enabling them to achieve personal and economic independence in adulthood.
Liberty’s Kitchen’s Youth Development Program provides disconnected youth with workforce and life skills training to become employed and self-sufficient. This program addresses the many issues that create barriers to self-sufficiency with wrap-around support including health care, mental health, housing, GED completion, parenting issues, and financial literacy.
Through their School Nutrition Program, Liberty’s Kitchen provides undernourished school children with healthy, scratch-made meals prepared fresh onsite at their schools. By ensuring that low-income students have access to better nutrition and nutrition education in school, Liberty’s Kitchen contributes to the fight to end the epidemic of childhood obesity and increase youth achievement.
Liberty’s Kitchen is part of the ReFresh Project – a groundbreaking “Fresh Food Hub” with an urban Whole Foods Market, Tulane University, and others – which pursues innovative strategies to achieve social impact through food.
The December NEWCITY Neighborhood Partnership Meeting is this Thursday evening, December 18th from 6 pm to 7:30 pm at Sojourner Truth Neighborhood Center (2200 Lafitte Street). Join us for a festive meeting around water issues and storm water management. Interactive flood mapping will be taking place. A delicious dinner will be served!
See the agenda below:
Welcome, Dinner & Introductions | Dennis Bagneris, Program Director of Liberty’s Kitchen & NEWCITY Chair
Water Wise | Jeff Supak, Global Green
Neighborhood Flood Mapping | Amy Stelley, Planner and Designer
Water Collaborative | Water Wrap-up
Partner Updates & Socializing