Turkey Chop’s Giveaway is back from a pandemic break
Head over to restauranteur Quentin Love’s kitchen the day before the national holiday and indulge in community – and turkey.
His community kitchen returns after a pandemic hiatus. He plans to give away least 1,000 turkeys.
He’s also asking for some donations to, well, give a little love, to help continue this tradition and his practice of feeding those who need it free meals.
“Everybody who stands in that line is a representation of me. So, it’s important that we share love with the random stranger and do what we can to balance the scales,” Love said.
The giveaway begins at noon Wednesday, Nov. 21 at Turkey Chop Gourmet Grill, 3506 W. Chicago Ave. To donate, visit https://gofund.me/3a8ece29.
Free hot dinners
The International Free and Accepted Modern Freemasons, Inc. and Order of the Eastern Star are offering free dinners Thursday, Nov. 24.
They’re also sponsoring a free grocery giveaway.
The event begins at 11 a.m. at the Most Worshipful William V. Banks Grand Lodge at 5323 W. Lake St.
Reheatable meals and ‘baller’ package
The Heritage Restaurant & Caviar Bar is offering a classic, reheatable meal for two ($175) or four to six ($300) that includes a pimento cheese ball, turkey, giblet gravy, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, bread dumplings, smoked oyster and kimchi stuffing, and pumpkin pie. Meals also come a la carte. Drinks can be added, including the $250-$500 Baller package that includes caviar, shrimp cocktail and Champagne. Orders can be picked up from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 22. 2700 W. Chicago Ave. Call 773-661-9577 to order.