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Breakfast Republic Begins Providing Meals in Mission Valley

The eatery is offering pre-made dinners to laid-off workers

Breakfast Republic Mission Valley
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Rise & Shine Hospitality Group, which runs a slew of morning-centric restaurants around San Diego including the Breakfast Republic and Breakfast Company brands, will start offering dinner starting today in the form of pre-made meals that it’s prepping for laid-off hospitality industry members.

From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Breakfast Republic location in Mission Valley at 1570 Camino De La Reina, unemployed workers can come pick up a pre-packaged comfort meal; the featured dish will change daily but might include meatloaf, roasted chicken, lasagna, or shepherd’s pie.

With plans to continue this program for the foreseeable future, Breakfast Republic is suggesting a $10 contribution for these meals, but the food will be free for those who can’t afford to pay. Patrons can also “pass it forward” and buy an extra meal for another customer.

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