South Florida restaurants offer free meals to residents, utility workers

MIAMI (WSVN) - Local restaurants across South Florida are lending a helping hand to those without food, water and power after Hurricane Irma.

According to Miami.com, some restaurants have extended free meals and other deals to those without a means to eat a meal due to Irma’s impact in South Florida. Even those working to restore power will be able to take advantage.

Hoffman’s Chocolates

  • Two free scoops of ice cream to any utility worker or first responder until Sept. 17
  • Buy-one, get-one deal for anyone else
  • (ID required)

Location: visit www.hoffmans.com

Federal Donuts

  • With the purchase of a cup of coffee, you get a free doughnut (deal runs Friday through Sunday)

Location: 250 NW 24th St.

Sugar Factory

  • Free meal to those affected by Irma until Friday
  • Menu: turkey and swiss sandwich, bag of chips, fresh fruit and a drink.

Location: 1144 Ocean Drive

Blaze Pizza

  • First responders and utility workers get a free pizza and drink until Sunday.
  • (ID required)

Locations: visit www.blazepizza.com

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