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Oak Cliff restaurants fed hungry protestors at DFW last weekend

Chef Anastacia Quinones of Oddfellows delivers food to protestors at DFW airport. (Photo by Michelle Meals)

Chef Anastacia Quinones of Oddfellows delivers food to protestors at DFW airport. (Photo by Amy Wallace Cowan)

As hundreds flocked to DFW airport this weekend to protest President Donald Trump’s “Muslim travel ban,” several Oak Cliff eateries got to work whipping up tasty treats to feed the hungry crowd on Saturday.

Oddfellows, Emporium Pie, Lucia, Trompo Taco and Dude, Sweet Chocolate all sent over staff members armed with piles of food to keep the crowd satiated during the two-day protest. Food was passed out directly to the hungry crowds, and also delivered to the 100+ attorneys who spent the weekend locked in a “war room” at the Grand Hyatt fighting for access to represent those affected by the ban while simultaneously finding legal challenges to the tenets of the executive order.

Protests against President Trump’s “Muslim ban” went on all weekend. (Photo by Michelle Meals)

Protests against President Trump’s “Muslim ban” went on all weekend. (Photo by Michelle Meals)

By |2017-01-30T16:38:43-05:00January 30th, 2017|Dining, News|1 Comment

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EMILY CHARRIER is the managing editor at Advocate Magazines. Email her at echarrier@advocatemag.com.

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  1. Cairenn Day January 30, 2017 at 7:09 PM

    We need to support those places

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