NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Workers at Cafe Evergreen on the Upper East Side were cooking up a storm Wednesday to serve front line heroes.
The deliveries went to the doctors, nurses and other staff at Lenox Hill Hospital.READ MORE: New York City Jewish Community Paying Very Close Attention To Installation Of New Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett
Frank Moy, the owner of Cafe Evergreen, says he’s honored to take part in this gesture.
“It is very tough for these people to be there 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” Moy said. “If there’s anything we can do to help them through this tough period of time, it’s heartwarming. It’s very satisfying.”READ MORE: Erik Chimborazo Hit With Multiple Charges Following 2-Car Crash That Killed Lyft Driver In Maspeth, Queens
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It’s all part of the Thank Our Heroes program started by the Backal Hospitality Group.
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