A restaurant in Downtown San Luis Obispo opened its doors Thursday afternoon to those who have been affected by the recent wildfires across California.
The Vegetable Butcher offered a full Thanksgiving spread.
First responders and other folks from the community also came in to enjoy the family-style, farm-forward meal.
The restaurant says it means a lot to help out the community, especially during the holidays.
“I think we’re all mindful individuals that realized that there are people suffering, and we’re not trying to save the world, we’re just trying to do our small party,” said Dominic Catayas from the Vegetable Butcher.
The meal was free for anyone who came in.