Since it opened back in June, Comfort Cafe, 3945 Tennyson Street, has fed the community as a non-profit, pay-what-you-can restaurant, offering comfort-food meals to anyone who walks through the door for however much of a donation that person can muster up.
And on Saturday, it will be providing Christmas dinner for free.
"We got a number of donations from merchants," says Karen Bruno, the volunteer coordinator at the Comfort Cafe. "Enough that we don't have to ask for donations for meals on Christmas day."
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This will enable the volunteer team to serve a veritable feast, with dishes that include quiche with French cheese and truffles, sage-roasted turkey breast, and housemade tamales with green chile.
The eatery will serve meals to anyone who walks through the door from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
For more information, dial 303-728-9251. And for more restaurants (albeit not free restaurants) open on Christmas day, check out our list of non-hotel non-Chinese spots serving food on December 25.