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Bloomfield restaurant raises money for UPMC Children’s Hospital

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Bloomfield restaurant raises money for UPMC Children’s Hospital

Despite their challenges, they have stayed open and are now donating nearly $ 4,500 to UPMC’s Free Care Fund Children’s Hospital.

Updated: 6:25 p.m. EST January 5, 2022

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FROM YOUR NEIGHBORS, THAT’S THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, EXACTLY ON THE STREET. W >> E WERE ALWAYS EXCITED TOE B SO CLOSE TO THE HOSPITAL, SO WE ALL WANT TO DO SOMETHING BACK TO SHANNON: IN THE LAST YEAR, THE CO-OWNERS OF EL SABOR LATIN KITCHEN HAVE A QUARTER OF EACH INDIVIDUAL ORDER. THAT WAS WHEN YOUR EVERYTHING BUSINESS BECAME TAKEUT-O OY.NL >> THAT’S WHY WE THOUGHT THIS YEAR WITH THE DINE-IN, WE CAN PROBABLY BLOW IT OUT OF THE WATER. SHANNON: WHAT WAS YOUR GOAL AND WHAT DID YOU REALLY HEAR? IS >> OUR TARGET WAS $ 1,000 AND THEN WE INCREASED ALMOST $ 4,500. SHANNON: WHEN YOU BUY CERTAIMEN NU ITEMS, THE MONEY GOES ON THE DONATION PILE FOR CHILDREN. LIKE THE PLANTAINS RELLES. >> HERE WE HAVE THE PLATANOS RELLENOS THAT SWA TAINLKG HAS TO GET ABOUT. WE SET EVERY FILLING THAT PEOPLE ASK US. OR AS LIKE, ONE OF THEM IS CHICKEN AND ONE IS CARNITAS, SHREDDED PORK. MY GRANDMOTHER MADE THIS FOR IUSN HONDURAS. AND I NEVER FIND IT PITTSBURGH. SO I WAS LIKE ONE DAY GOGIN IT INTO THE PUTTO MENU AND MADE IT HAPPEN. SHANNON: YOU SEE NURSING STAFF AND PARENTS COMING IN WHEN THEY NEED A BREAK. SO MUCH SWEET IS BUYING A CERTAIN DESESSERTS HERE. >> OUR AROZ CON LECHE IS THE DESSERT WE CHOOSE RICE PUDDING FOR, AND I BELIEVE MANY PEOPLE KNOW THE RICE PUDDING FROM THIS AREA, BUT IN HONDURAS IT IS A VERY COMMON BREAKFAST AT THE.OD SHANNON: THE RESTAURANT CORNER OF NNPE AVENUE AND MAIN STREET MEANS THAT YOU CANNOT HELP BUT HEAR THE STORIES OF THE HEROES AT WORK THE BLOCK. >> WE HAVE ESTABLISHED RELATIONSHIPS NOW PROBABLY WILL NEVER BE AGAIN BECAUSE SOME OF THE RELATED NURSES AND THEY KNOW I CAN SEE NURSES AND KNOW THEM BY NAME. SHANNON: I HAVE THIS DONATION OF AUTBO $ 5 4500 FROM THE PEOPLE IN THE AUTBO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, AND YOU SASIY MPLY AMAZING. REBECCA AND BRIAN, THE TAKERS FROM EL SABOR LATIN KITCHEN SAY, IN ADDITION TO THE NADOTIONS OF MENU ITEMS, THEY HAVE SOME LARGE DONATIONS FROM SPECIAL CUSTOMERS THE FAMILIES IN THE OF THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL. WANT TO SUPPORT

Bloomfield restaurant raises money for UPMC Children’s Hospital

Despite their challenges, they have stayed open and are now donating nearly $ 4,500 to UPMC’s Free Care Fund Children’s Hospital.

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Updated: 6:25 p.m. EST January 5, 2022

The co-owners of El Sabor Latin Kitchen in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood opened their doors shortly before the pandemic broke out. Despite their challenges, they have stayed open and are now contributing nearly $ 4,500 to UPMC Children’s Hospital’s Free Care Fund. Check out the full story of Shannon Perrine from Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 in the video player above. Originally, the restaurant set aside a quarter of every take-away order. When they could then move on to personal meals, they determined certain menu items and took part of the proceeds for the donation to the children’s hospital. Co-owner Rebecca Avila says the restaurant is on the corner of Penn Ave. and Main Street is one block from the hospital. You will often see the treatment of parents of children and hospital staff with a bite to eat. Avila said she hopes to turn the donation into an annual event.

The co-owners of El Sabor Latin Kitchen in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood opened their doors shortly before the pandemic broke out.

Despite their challenges, they have stayed open and are now contributing nearly $ 4,500 to UPMC Children’s Hospital’s Free Care Fund.

Check out the full story of Shannon Perrine from Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 in the video player above.

Originally, the restaurant set aside a quarter of every take-away order. When they could then move on to personal meals, they determined certain menu items and took part of the proceeds for the donation to the children’s hospital.

Co-owner Rebecca Avila says the restaurant is on the corner of Penn Ave. and Main Street is one block from the hospital. You will often see the treatment of parents of children and hospital staff with a bite to eat.

Avila said she hopes to turn the donation into an annual event.

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