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IntheNOLA has been a patron of Liberty’s Kitchen (300 N. Broad St. and 1615 Poydras St.) for several years and every time we walk in to get breakfast or lunch, we are always so proud of the work that they are doing to provide our youth with a “home” and much needed direction.
 
For those of you who haven’t been to Liberty’s Kitchen yet, the organization works with vulnerable New Orleans youth from 16-24 years old “to help them create and achieve their vision of success. This population of New Orleanians is often referred to as ‘disconnected’ – out of school and out of work, and facing societal challenges that make it difficult for them to thrive. Liberty’s Kitchen strives to help these young people realize their full potential through a combination of workforce training, life skills, and leadership development programming.”
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Next door to the Whole Foods on Broad is a restaurant called Liberty’s Kitchen that we tend hit up about once or twice a month for breakfast and lunch (our favorites are the Mardi Gras Breakfast Sandwich and House-made Black Bean Burger for lunch). From the outside, it’s your typical restaurant, but what many don’t realize is what an incredible home Liberty’s Kitchen is to many of our New Orleans youth.
 
Not only is Liberty’s Kitchen serving up great food, they are also providing important life skills for our young New Orleanians, particularly those at-risk for getting lost in the violence, poverty, and despair of the city. At Liberty’s Kitchen, while you’re eating your delicious meal, you’re also helping our most vulnerable youth gain the necessary skills to lead successful and independent lives.
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When someone asks us for a recommendation for a restaurant to go to, it’s so hard to narrow it down. There’s Deanie’s Seafood in Bucktown and Katie’s Restaurant in Mid City…and Munch Factory in Gentilly and High Hat Café on Freret.
 
Aside from the regulars we all frequent, New Orleans is also home to three great restaurants, Café Reconcile, Liberty’s Kitchen, and Café Hope, that in addition to serving up great food are also providing important life skills for our young New Orleanians, particularly those at-risk for getting lost in the violence and despair that way too many of our young people fall victim to. At Café Reconcile, Liberty’s Kitchen, and Café Hope, while you’re eating your delicious meal, you’re also helping our youth gain the necessary skills to lead a successful and independent lives.
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