Many restaurants have moved to takeout and delivery only as they’ve had to close dining rooms because of the coronavirus, but not Eleven Madison Park. The three Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City known for its eight-course dinners that cost hundreds of dollars had temporarily closed its doors, but now it’s finding a new purpose.
One of the world’s best restaurants will now become a food commissary for New York City’s first responders and others in need. Eleven Madison Park is partnering with Rethink Food NYC, a non-profit that upcycles excess food to distribute meals to underserved communities in NYC. They’ll be making around 2-thousand meals a day that Rethink will pick up and deliver to local hospitals and those in need.
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