The Shack Restaurant’s Monthly Brunch is Open Sun. Feb. 16

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 The Shack, a Living Hope Compassion Ministries program, serves a monthly brunch at its restaurant from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1043 State Street in Redding. 

All entrees include soup or salad. This month’s choice of entrees includes:

Not Yo’ Mama’s Meatloaf

Gourmet Mac’ & Cheese

Pulled Pork Sandwich

Shepherd’s Pie

Kitchen Sink Salad

Vegetarian Lasagna

About The Shack:

The Shack is a non-profit restaurant started in 2010. It serves delicious meals prepared with fresh organic ingredients from Living Hope’s garden, managed by former homeless clients. 100% of the proceeds generated from The Shack are invested in serving our community’s less-fortunate.

The Shack is also a vocational rehabilitation program that hires homeless clients with the funding generated from The Shack to teach job skills. Customers who visit The Shack, not only enjoy a satisfying meal but are literally investing in the lives of those who are in need in our community, and are not merely offering a “hand-out,” but partnering with Living Hope and The Shack to offer a hand up.

-from press release
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2 Responses

  1. ajac37 ajac37 says:

    Well, all I can say is YUMMMMMM!

  2. The macaroni and cheese is among the best I've ever had. I really don't want to know how they make it, because I fear cream is one of the top ingredients. But it's for a good cause. (There are lighter items on the menu, too, of course.)