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Nominate a family for a free meal through local restaurant’s ‘Adopt a Family’ program 

Husband and wife duo, Joel and Kristin

Owners, husband and wife duo, Joel and Kristin.

–Paso Robles restaurant, Orale Taqueria, has announced that they will be providing warm meals to support local families in need through the launch of its “Adopt a Family” program. The restaurant is asking customers and community members to nominate a family who could use a family dinner delivered to their doorstep and will choose a family each week through the end of April, and possibly further.

“This is a challenging time for all of us – and like most small businesses, we are taking a financial hit, however, we want to stay positive and help the community however we can,” explains Joel Casillas, Owner of Orale Taqueria. His wife adds “While the last few weeks have been difficult for the business, we have been blown away by the way our community is coming together, and that’s something we want to be a part of! By delivering a free dinner we are hoping to relieve stress for even just an hour so families can enjoy the meal together.”

To nominate a family in need, visit ​https://www.oraletaqueria.com/adopt-a-family​.

About Orale and the owners

Husband and wife duo, Joel and Kristin, opened the doors to Orale Taqueria in January of 2016 and never looked back! Being from Jalisco, Mexico and having managed a restaurant for ten years, Joel was thrilled to open his own Mexican restaurant in Paso and share his love for food and bringing people together!

“Opening and running a small business in today’s economy is no easy task, but we couldn’t be happier with the way our community has welcomed us with open arms and supported us each step of the way,” commented Joel. “Our staff, our customers, our vendors and even our ‘competitors’ have become our tribe​. ​It’s always been about the people and what food can do as an advocate for the community,” said Kristin, wife and co-owner.



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