Brighton Restaurant Feeds First Responders On Easter


BRIGHTON, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — First responders were given a free hot meal at a restaurant in Brighton on Sunday, as a way to celebrate Easter and thank them for their work during the coronavirus pandemic.

Since it was forced to close its dine-in options due to COVID-19, most of Stockyard's employees have been out of work.

The restaurant's owner, Michael Conlon told WBZ NewsRadio he was able to bring back some of the staff on Easter to help prepare and serve the meals to Boston's first responders.

"We brought in an extra ten people for front of the house and back of the house, to kind of help us out," said Conlon. "We're happy to do it."

WBZ NewsRadio's Kevin Coleman (@KevinColemanWBZ) reports:

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