Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse to launch Feed A Hero program this week

A $10 donation provides five meals for St. Francis Hospital workers at May 6 event.

Please join Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse in Federal Way in supporting our local medical heroes next week.

Jimmy Mac’s will be feeding up to 400 frontline workers at St. Francis Hospital in Federal Way Wednesday, May 6. For each $10 contributed, Jimmy Mac’s will provide lunch or dinner for five local heroes.

The Feed A Hero lunch includes a pulled pork sandwich with homemade coleslaw and baked beans. For St. Francis’s evening shift, the Feed A Hero dinner includes a turkey & Swiss cheese sandwich, salad, homemade potato chips and a cookie.

The $10 for every five meals helps with food cost and to continue to pay Jimmy Mac’s employees during the COVID-19 crisis. The restaurant is still looking for approximately $300 in donations.

“This is our way of supporting all front line workers,” said Paul Houghton, General Manager of the Federal Way location.

Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse is a locally owned, Texas-style family restaurant featuring steaks, crab cakes, delicious handcrafted foods, craft cocktails, ice cold beer and peanuts on the floor. Locations in Federal Way and Renton.

Take out is available 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Curbside, no-contact pick up is available.

If you would like to support Federal Way’s frontline workers and contribute to the Feed A Hero program, please call Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse in Federal Way at 253-874-6000.


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