Here are a few restaurants providing free meals:
The free lunches for kids under 18 (weekdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) will be provided at three locations:
Northgate: 319 N.E. Thornton Place in Seattle
West Seattle: 4203 S.W. Alaska Street
Tacoma Mall: 4502 S. Steele Street, Mall Suite 501A
Frelard Tamales in the Green Lake neighborhood – up to 200 meals a day
Free sack lunches for kids for pickup between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
6412 Latona Avenue N.E.
Musang “Community Kitchen” offering to-go meals to laid-off workers and others in need 2524 Beacon Avenue S.
Herbfarm providing specialty meals for health care workers
14590 N.E. 145th Street in Woodinville
Atrium Kitchen – providing meals to seniors living at Pike Place Market
93 Pike Street
Spice Waala on Capitol Hill - providing 50 meals a day to anyone, no questions asked starting March 30 from 5-7 p.m.
340 15th Avenue E. , #202 in Seattle
A note from Spice Waala:
We will be serving 50 meals per day from 5pm-7pm. The meals will be available for any one to pick-up – no questions asked. Please spread the word about the program and let any one you know who may benefit from this. Volunteers will be present and we will limit it to 1 meal per person to maximize our reach. We are accepting donations for this program via Venmo (@uttammukh) and PayPal (firstname.lastname@example.org) – we need approximately $200 per week to keep this program going so please please please consider donating anything you have. Any leftover funds will be distributed to a non-profit.
Starbucks is offering free tall brewed coffee (hot or iced) to front line responders through May 3
More information about free meals during school closures