You’ve probably never seen a soup kitchen like this before — and that’s exactly what makes it special.
The Missouri-based Kansas City Community Kitchen is shaking up what it means to be a place where the hungry go for a free meal. In place of lines, there is table service. In place of feeding the homeless, it feeds everyone and anyone — free of charge.
KCCK, part of Episcopal Community Services, launched its new approach on Feb. 5 to help its guests dine with dignity, providing a restaurant-like experience.
The restaurant-cum-soup kitchen also prides itself on good quality, healthy meals.