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Mountain Mike’s Pizza in Santa Rosa to Serve Free Meals to Evacuees and First Responders

Just four months after reopening its Santa Rosa location that closed due to damage in the 2017 Tubbs fire, Mountain Mike's Pizza is serving up free meals to Kincade fire evacuees and first responders.

Just four months after reopening its Santa Rosa location that closed due to damage in the 2017 Tubbs fire, Mountain Mike’s Pizza is serving free meals to Kincade fire evacuees and first responders on Nov. 1 and 2, between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.

The Santa Rosa restaurant, located at 3125 Cleveland Ave., closed under mandatory evacuation orders earlier this week and was just authorized to reopen. It has partnered with the Redwood Credit Union to host the event, which includes an all-you-can-eat buffet.

“As our community is reliving a nightmare that’s all too recent, we want to do everything in our power to support the families that have been displaced and the brave men and women who are going above and beyond to keep us safe,” said Sonu Chandi, Mountain Mike’s Pizza area developer and president of Chandi Hospitality.

The restaurant has also donated pizzas to local fire stations, emergency centers and evacuation shelters during the Kincade fire “in hopes that food is just one less thing those affected by the fires need to worry about.”

“When rebuilding our location that was lost in the Tubbs fire, it was the support of the community that kept us going,” added Chandi.

This promotion is only valid at the Mountain Mike’s Pizza on Cleveland Ave. in Santa Rosa.

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