On Saturday, March 4, EAT Cafe hosted "Cafe Conversations," a new community forum series launched by Witnesses to Hunger. The goal of these forums is to engage the community in conversations about poverty, brainstorm practical actions and solutions, and network with other individuals and...

Philadelphia members of Witnesses to Hunger have partnered with EAT Cafe to present their photography to the greater Philadelphia community. For those who have never seen the exhibit, this presents the...

To give the EAT Cafe Staff a well deserved break the Cafe will be closed starting Friday, December 23rd and will reopen on Wednesday, January 4th. This holiday season, we want to extend a gigantic thank you to all of our diners, staff members, volunteers, partners, donors, community advisory...

Today is #GivingTuesday - the day nonprofits around the world join together and ask supporters like YOU to make a donation of ANY size to further our mission! Nearly 1 in 4 Philadelphians are food insecure, meaning they don't have reliable access to the quantity or quality of food...

A letter from our lead partner, the Center for Hunger-Free Communities. EAT Café is proud to share in this mission:

Dear Friends. All of us at the Center for Hunger-Free Communities refuse to accept the rise in hatred, bigotry,...

Want to see a preview of the EAT Cafe?  Join us on Friday, October 14th from 4:30pm-6:30pm for our Community Open House! Before we open for business, we want to give the community an opportunity to come together and become familiar with EAT Cafe. At the Community Open House, you'll be able to...

Help Us Bring Everyone to the Table! The EAT Café will open it's doors soon and we need your help! Support EAT Café by making a donation here

As a nonprofit pay-what-you-can...

EAT Café is located at 3820 Lancaster Ave at the intersection of various West Philadelphia neighborhoods and University City. As a "community-based restaurant," we hope to be a hub for community activity, solidarity, and engagement. One of the ways that EAT Café intends to engage with the local...

Eat Cafe Public Forum 6/7/16

EAT (Everyone At the Table) Café, Philadelphia's first pay-what-you-can community café, is coming to 3820 Lancaster Avenue this September! Want to learn more about EAT Café? Join us at our Public Forum on Tuesday, June 7th from 6:45pm-7:30pm at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships (...

The EAT Cafe is excited to announce that we are now hiring line cooks, servers, and utility workers/dishwashers! Spread the word!

For job descriptions and applications, go to www.eatcafe.org/about-us/now-hiring.

To apply for...

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