Fewer Than Expected Show for Free Thanksgiving Dinner

In a new Thanksgiving tradition, Sandy Springs' B's Bistro planned to serve 100 free meals.


owners Buz and Debra Psathas started a tradition, this year, of serving free meals for Thanksgiving. Prepared to serve 100 dinners, only 43 folks showed.

Next year, the couple plans to spread the word early to draw a larger crowd.

Buz Psathas told Patch he was inspired by a Hilton Head restaurant that feeds the hungry every Thanksgiving. When he opened B’s Bistro earlier this year, he told Debra that he wanted to do the same.

were sponsored by individual donations that will go to the Community Action Center, Psatha said.


Buz and Debra, It sounds like you had the perfect Thanksgiving. You got to give twice.
Howard November 26, 2011 at 06:46 PM
Good start! Thanks for all you do.
Kimberly Brigance November 27, 2011 at 06:50 PM
B's is a great restaurant and an even better Sandy Springs neighbor! What a great story!


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