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Baltimore restaurant owners have been banking on restaurant week to bring in much needed revenue to pad out the losses they suffered during the curfew imposed in April and May.

One restaurant owner, however, has other plans: give the food away for free.

Tabrizi in Kitchen FacebookMichael Tabrizi, owner of Tabrizi’s restaurant, is partnering with local shelters to bring homeless folks in for a special meal each night from July 20-25.

“These people don’t only suffer from hunger, but also from hopelessness, they feel that they don’t have any dignity anymore,” Tabrizi told Baltimore Magazine. “We want them to come in and feel like they’re cared for.”

The restaurant, which normally does a lot of business hosting wedding parties and other affairs, will completely shut down for those five days.

(READ more at Baltimore Magazine or visit Tabrizi’s Facebook Page.) Photos: Tabrizi, Facebook

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