Are you looking for a way to help those in the hospitality industry? During this uncertain time, one of our favorite foundations, the Frankie Lemmon Foundation, is doing what it can to show support to the restaurant industry who has long supported them throughout the years.
With the closure of dine-in service at restaurants across the state, many will experience significant wage loss. You can now join them in lending a hand to so many of those restaurant workers in our community, including our team at Midtown Grille, who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This fund is open to those who have experienced wage disruption or layoffs in the Triangle restaurant industry due to coronavirus-based restaurant closures. This includes wait staff, bartenders, hosts, managers, delivery drivers, cooks, catering staff, dishwashers, and other restaurant and bar workers.
Please consider donating to this cause if you are able.
Here at Midtown Grille, we’ve joined many of our neighbors and industry peers during this state-mandated restaurant dining room shutdown and temporarily closing, even to take-out/curbside to-go orders. We are doing our duty to keep not only customers safe but our employee team, too.
We very much look forward to returning to daily operations again soon and welcoming you back for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch here at Midtown Grille! (Private dining and special events are no exception, either – we look forward to sharing our spaces, exceptional menus, and notable wine and spirits selections with you again soon.)
About Frankie Lemmon School and Development Center
Frankie Lemmon School is a Five Star child development center that welcomes children ages three to five with and without disabilities. Their school provides inclusive classrooms and experiences offering all children a sense of belonging, friendships, and an opportunity to reach their full potential.