The pandemic has changed many things, but there are some things it hasn’t changed at all.
Restaurants have had to close their doors, but people still need to eat. That includes the homeless and those who can’t always swing a grocery or restaurant bill.
Kazi Mannan, owner of Sakina’s Halal Grill in Washington, D.C., knows this and has made a serious effort to feed everyone who comes through his doors, paying customer or not.
“If you can’t afford a meal, come in and have a free meal,” he said. “Enjoy the same atmosphere that everybody who is paying is enjoying.”
The Persian restaurant, just blocks from the White House, became famous not only