As a response to COVID-19, addo is dropping its $95 bill and bringing its exceptional flavors to the masses.
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Children’s portions are $4 and will be available for pickup alongside adult portions.
Addo is also offering Seattleites the chance to pay it forward by purchasing an additional bowl for the less fortunate. They’re currently in the process of contacting local charities and will announce which charities the food is going to once options are secured.
The take-and-heat meals will be available starting on March 21 in Ballard with more dates and locations to be revealed.
Today we have introduced addo for the people. What is it? $9 bowls of take-and-heat food, at various locations around the city, with an option to pay-it-forward to donate bowls to local charities. 1st date 3/21 at addo. More dates/locations to come https://t.co/sWvHTvonQT pic.twitter.com/ioRC94q4cd
— addo (@addoseattle) March 13, 2020
Alongside addo for the people, the restaurant has also implemented addo @ home, a meal kit consisting of three meals and a bottle of wine for $95.
The three-meal package is much like a meal kit delivery, without the hassle of cooking the dishes yourself. The home delivery kits are available for pickup or delivery, starting on March 22.