For the remainder of January, family-owned Venezuelan restaurant Casa Ora at 148 Meserole St. is launching a campaign, Mi Casa Es Tu Casa (Ora), which allows residents to dine in as a party of two and enjoy a free meal. According to Ivo Díaz, co-owner of the establishment, the free three-course prefix dinner is Casa Ora’s way of supporting the local community and waitstaff in the time of Covid-19.

Each day, Casa Ora will give away 60 free meals that feature a variety of empanadas, off-the-menu sopa de caraota with caramelized coconut milk, queso fresco and avocado, and pollo con arroz. The a la carte menu will also be available to order from, though it’s not necessary. Substitutions are considered on a case-by-case basis, depending on an individual’s food restrictions.

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For the remainder of January, and possibly the rest of winter, Casa Ora is offering free meals to those who say they need them. For the remainder of January, family-owned Venezuelan restaurant Casa Ora at 148 Meserole St. is launching a campaign, Mi Casa Es Tu […]

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