From April 27 to May 2, the More Tacos You Eat…the More We Give
Taqueria del Sol and The Giving Kitchen are teaming up for a week of giving. From April 27 to May 2, Chef Eddie Hernandez will be working with The Giving Kitchen board member and local Atlanta chef, Chris Hall on the one-of-a-kind weekly taco. All proceeds from the taco will go back to The Giving Kitchen and their commitment to provide emergency assistance grants to Atlanta area restaurant workers facing unanticipated hardship.Taqueria del Sol and The Giving Kitchen fans can look forward to “The Giving Taco” – crispy bacon, roasted corn, pickled jalapeños, cotija cheese, cilantro mayo. “The Giving Taco” will be available all week during lunch and dinner service at all Atlanta and Athens locations. “It is our pleasure to support The Giving Kitchen and all of the good work that they do for the Atlanta community”, said Taqueria del Sol owner, Mike Klank. “By collaborating with Chef Hall on The Giving Taco, Chef Hernandez, myself and the Taqueria del Sol family have the opportunity to give back.”The Giving Kitchen is a nonprofit charity based in Atlanta inspired by the outpour of support from the hospitality industry when Chef Ryan Hidinger was diagnosed with late stage cancer in December 2012. From helping with the cost of living expenses to funeral arrangements, The Giving Kitchen provides crisis grants to restaurant workers facing unanticipated hardship who work in metro Atlanta.
ABOUT TAQUERIA DEL SOL
Taqueria del Sol offers innovative and cross-cultural menu selections in a relaxed, approachable atmosphere. Chef Hernandez uses only the freshest of ingredients, and spices up his menu with weekly taco and seafood specials. Taqueria del Sol has Atlanta units located at 2165 Cheshire Bridge Rd., 359 West Ponce de Leon Ave., and 1200-B Howell Mill Rd. The Athens location is at 334 Prince Ave. Hours varying based on location. For more information, menus and full contact information, visit www.taqueriadelsol.com
ABOUT THE GIVING KITCHEN
The Giving Kitchen’s mission is to provide crisis grants to members of Atlanta’s restaurant community facing unanticipated hardship. As unique as its mission, TGK’s origin is a compelling testimony of the caring, generous nature of Atlanta’s restaurant community. TGK was inspired by the outpouring of support generated when Atlanta chef Ryan Hidinger was diagnosed with late stage cancer in December of 2012. Industry workers and others know Ryan through his restaurant work history including Bacchanalia, Floataway Café, Muss & Turner’s, and the Staplehouse supper club.