Finney Injury Law - July 2020

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Planning a Family Entertainment Room 2 2 3 3 4 SUPPORT LOCAL RESTAURANTS What the Future of Law May Look Like National Ice Cream Day Prompts Homemade Creations The Finney Injury Law Scholarship Support the Local Restaurants You Love

W e’re lucky to live in a city that has a variety of wonderful local restaurants to choose from when we’re hungry. But in order to help our food scene survive COVID-19, independent eateries need all the support they can get. Here are just a few wonderful places still open for delivery and takeout. ROBERTO’S TRATTORIA Located in Concord Plaza in south St. Louis, Roberto’s is a long-standing staple of fine Italian food in our city. Featured in St. Louis Magazine in mid-May after spending $10,000 to renovate in response to the pandemic, owner Roberto Zanti has done everything he can to try to stay afloat during difficult times. For 33 years, his restaurant has been the community's go-to for authentic Italian food, and they’re currently offering curbside pickup as they prepare to reopen for dine-in services. SALT + SMOKE A fast-rising star in the competitive world of St. Louis barbecue, Salt + Smoke has always been about giving back to their community and now needs a little extra support in return. They serve traditional and innovative

barbecue dishes to several areas of the city. They’re currently offering curbside pickup and delivery, and their website makes it easy to order delicious, shareable family meals at affordable prices. Salt + Smoke has also been providing meals for front line health care workers since March, and every dollar donated goes directly to that cause. MAC’S LOCAL EATS Touted as more than the simple burger joint it claims to be, Mac’s is dedicated to only using ingredients from local farms, making

everything from scratch, and finding ways to make burgers inherently more nutritious. They’re providing no-contact pickup service via their

drive-thru lane in front of their shop on Cherokee St. Their automatic 20% gratuity ensures they can continue purchasing ingredients from local farmers so they too can find ways to survive these unusual times. These are only three of hundreds of restaurants across our city still open for business that need your support to remain open. Let’s do what we can to help them out and indulge in a few delicious meals in the process.

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