A trendy restaurant in Charlotte offers the homeless a meal and a job. But there’s a catch.
The restaurant is called The King’s Kitchen and serves up Southern comfort food from pan-fried chicken to creamed corn. It’s owned by Jim Noble, who says profits from the restaurant support a bible fellowship program.
The homeless who come to the restaurant for a meal and/or a job must attend church service. Non-Christians need not apply. More.
(Photo: Chefs cooking at The King’s Kitchen. By Kevin Sullivan/Here & Now)