Dinner on Ludlow’s Staten Island Pop-Up Feeds 200 Sandy Victims

Two-hundred Staten Islanders affected by Hurricane Sandy sat down to a dinner of herb-roasted chicken, chive mashed potatoes, and beef stew at one-day pop-up Dinner on Ludlow Relief Kitchen. Launched by Dinner on Ludlow in the LES, executive chef John Keller’s home-cooked comfort foods were served last Friday at Guyon Rescue, a 24-hour relief center for Hurricane victims that has saved the lives and spirits of families on the Island these past three weeks. 

Beyond the pop-up, Dinner on Ludlow is continuing to raise money for Guyon Rescue, so grab a table and feed a family besides your own.

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