Cafe Intermezzo is Giving Out Groceries to Food Service Workers in Need

In partnership with US Foods, WestRock, Bulldog Movers, SpeedPro of Greater Atlanta, and the Dewberry Group, Atlanta restaurant Café Intermezzo is distributing 2,500 boxes of groceries for food service workers affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

If you work in the food service industry with a restaurant, hotel, or caterer, you are eligible to receive a box of groceries, which consists of enough protein, dairy, produce, bread, and more to feed a family of four.

Café Intermezzo will distribute these boxes this Friday (April 10) and Saturday (April 11) at their Midtown location (1065 Peachtree Street).

The pick-up schedule is as follows: Group 1 (those with last names staring with R-Z) can pick up on Friday from 8am to 12pm, Group 2 (last names L-Q) on Friday from 1 to 5pm, Group  3 (last names E-k) on Saturday from 8am to 12pm, and Group 4 (last names A-D) on Saturday from 1 to 5pm.

Each group will only be given 625 boxes, so it is first come, first served. To receive your groceries, please provide an ID as well as a pay stub, uniform with a logo, unemployment letter, or company ID.

If you want to lend a hand, Café Intermezzo is looking for volunteers to help pack and distribute groceries on Thursday (April 9), Friday, and Saturday from 8am to 6pm. If you are interested, email General Manager Ahmet Toker at CDC guidelines will be followed to ensure the safety of volunteers.