Tinybrickoven in Federal Hill Hosting its Second Easter Soup Kitchen

| April 1, 2021 | 0 Comments

Federal Hill’s Tinybrickoven is transforming its pizza shop into a soup kitchen for the second straight Easter. It will serving a hot meal to anyone in need from 1pm to 6pm.

“This is my Easter and I can’t think of any better way to spend the day,” said Tinybrickoven owner Will Fagg. “Cooking for people is what I love to do.”

The meal will be a potluck-style buffet with dishes including meatloaf, green bean casserole, mac and cheese, and mashed potatoes. Fagg is working with volunteers who are helping cook the dishes.

This will be the third soup kitchen event for Tinybrickoven; it also hosted a Thanksgiving soup kitchen in the fall. Fagg said he is getting better at putting together the soup kitchens, but he is also cautious about putting too many people together given COVID.

Individuals in need can also come into Tinybrickoven for a free pizza through the pay-it-forward pizza program. The program was born when Fagg reached out to customers for help to pay a $2,000-plus electric bill by coming into purchase pizza that week. The large response led to the pay-it-forward pizza program after locals and out-of-towners purchased pizzas that customers could cash in at the restaurant. The program continues to this day.

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