RIDGEWAY (WKOW) -- The kitchen at Hi Point Steakhouse is still busy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Busy making food and helping their community with free lunches seven days a week.
From noon to 1:30 p.m. seven days a week the steakhouse gives out a soup and sandwich lunch to anybody that stops by.
"When Governor Evers first came out with the change of business, we sat down and discussed our plan of action and one thing we thought was important to us was to offer the community something," said Richard Skaife, owner of Hi Point Steakhouse.
The process is easy. Call ahead or just pull up to the side door and stop by the table outside. Skaife or a member of his staff will come take your order, and minutes later you have a free meal.
WKOW reporter Alec Ausmus asked Skaife, "Why donate? Why not just focus on your business side of this place?
"The business is going to be here. We feel confident in that it will be here," said Skaife. "We need to take this opportunity to give back. There's no questions asked. Come out, or call ahead and you can get a meal."
For more information on Hi Point Steakhouse, visit their Facebook page, here.