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Apr 22, 2019

This Kind Restaurant Made 1,000 Free Meals For Hurricane Victims. Let’s Thank Them

When one of the largest storms in U.S. history, Hurricane Harvey, caused tens of thousands of residents to evacuate, one kind restaurant decided to help by serving an incredible one thousand free meals for refugees.
The workers and owners of Sake Sushi Bar and Lounge in Port Arthur, Texas worked overtime to make 1,000 delicious meals and put them into to-go containers for hurricane victims, volunteers, and first responders.

When restaurant owners Phe Nguyen and Binh Nguyen saw the disaster right in front of their eyes, they did not doubt that they wanted to help their community.
While the owners weren’t looking for recognition for their efforts, when the owner’s son, Keith Nguyen, found out what his Dad and Uncle had done, he was very proud and decided to share it on his social media account:
“My dad and uncle Binh own a restaurant in Southeast Texas and they were also affected by Harvey but the media doesn’t cover it.Today, their staff and volunteers helped create more than 1,000 meals for victims, first responders and other volunteers. My father and uncle are very humble, but I think they deserve at least to be recognized and appreciated for everything they do. Their restaurant is Sake Sushi Bar and Lounge in Port Arthur, TX. If you’re ever in the area you should stop by and support this hard-working man, or even share their good deed on Facebook. They deserve it.‬”

Keith had no idea the impact his post would have, as it was shared over 500,000 times online.
“Words cannot describe our gratitude and thanks for your great deed. We are all united!” one user wrote.
“It takes people like this to prove to all America that we have good, kind-hearted people everywhere!” said one individual.
“God bless Binh Nguyen and Phe Nguyen for their generosity!” said another.
Restaurants and businesses that use the well-being of others for their personal benefit deserve to be recognized. Thank them by telling this story in the distance.

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