TODAY, Nick’s Roast Beef Bar and Grille, in Old City District, will serve a free Thanksgiving meal with turkey and all the trimmings to homeless and other veterans at Veterans Multi-Service Center from 12:00pm to 2:30pm. Thanksgiving Dinner by Nick’s Roast BeefBar and Grille is a long-standing tradition that owner Joseph Schultice is proud to continue. Veterans Multi-Service Center has confirmed that media are invited and welcome to shoot photos and video clips for this generous charitable act that makes for a unique Thanksgiving story.
Homeless veterans and other clients of Veterans Multi-Service Center
Today, Wednesday, November 27, 2013
12:00pm to 2:30pm
Veterans Multi-Service Center
213-217 N. 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
(Corner of 4th St. and the Ben Franklin Bridge)
Nick’s Roast Beef Bar and Grille is donating a traditional Thanksgiving meal including turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, cranberry sauce and dessert for veteran’s at Veterans Multi-Service Center. Nick’s staff is not only donating the food, but also volunteering their time to serve the meal. Veterans Multi-Service Center will also have other festivities to accompany dinner, including games and prizes.
Serving Thanksgiving dinner at Veterans Multi-Service Center is a long-standing tradition at Nick’s Roast Beef Bar and Grille that was started by previous owners and continued by current owner Schultice. “We are a neighborhood kind of place, we are happy and proud to support our neighbors and Veterans and to give back.”
ABOUT VETERANS MULTI-SERVICE CENTER:
The Veterans Multi-Service Center, headquartered at 213-217 N. 4th Street in Philadelphia, just beneath the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, is an integral part of the greater Philadelphia region, helping Veterans through a wide range of free services such as training for employment, job placement, Veterans benefits counseling, homeless assistance, and both independent and transitional housing. Its mission is to provide services, programs, opportunity and advancement to Veterans of the U.S. Military. For more info:www.VMCenter.org
ABOUT NICK’S ROAST BEEF:
Nick’s Roast Beef in Old City, established in 1969, is “the” neighborhood corner bar of Philadelphia. In 2012, bartender-turned-owner Joseph Schultice hung up most of his infamous shorts and trimmed his signature long hair to usher in a new era for the long-time Old City staple. Today, Nick’s continues to serve as a laid back and friendly alternative to neighboring uber sexy clubs and upscale fine dining restaurants. The staff are always ready to greet you with a smile and a great story. People come to Nick’s for great conversation, fun times, fresh food and unbeatable value. No matter who you are, what you do or what you are wearing, Nick’s has something for everyone. For more information, call (215) 928-9411, visit nicksoldcity.com, Nick’s Roast Beef Bar and Grille on Facebook, or @nicksoldcity on Twitter.