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Via NPR: Spain's 'Robin Hood Restaurant' Charges The Rich And Feeds The Poor

January 31, 2017

Via NPR: Spain's 'Robin Hood Restaurant' Charges The Rich And Feeds The Poor

The Robin Hood restaurant in Madrid, Spain charges the rich and feeds the poor. Paying customers at breakfast and lunch allow the restaurant to serve dinner to homeless people, free of charge. An 80-year-old Catholic priest, known simply as "Padre Ángel", opened the restaurant in early December, saying, "I want them to eat with the same dignity as any other customer, and the same quality, with glasses made of crystal, not plastic, and in an atmosphere of friendship and conversation."

For the full article, please visit npr.org.

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