Boise’s First Puerto Rican Restaurant Opens Friday
Wepa! promises authentic Puerto Rican cuisine with a social conscience, and it opens this Friday, October 1st!
Boise's fist ever Puerto Rican restaurant is getting set to open to the public this Friday and it's all the buzz! How about tasty, authentic Puerto Rican food that not only satisfies your taste buds, but also has a social conscience. So, here's what we know: Wepa! has a mouth watering menu of all your Puerto Rican favorites, and if you haven't had Puerto Rican food before, you'll soon have favorites! Like Pastelillos, Camarones, Churrasco, and tasty desserts like Flan, and much much more. You can find Wepa! Cafe in Garden City at 175 E. 35th St.
In addition to the great food and the fantastic, convenient location, you'll be helping out a great cause. As detailed on their website:
"In September 2017, the island of Puerto Rico was decimated by Hurricane Maria, a Category 5 storm unleashing winds in excess of 150 mph. The damage was catastrophic resulting in nearly 3000 deaths. By most accounts, it will take years for the island to fully recover including an entire rebuilding of power grids, water systems, roads and roofs.
As part of our social conscience mission, we are proud to partner with PRoTechos, a non-profit corporation based in Puerto Rico, (www.protechos.org), founded with the dual mission of rebuilding damaged roofs in underserved communities while providing residents with basic carpentry training, addressing both housing needs and the shortage of skilled construction workers in Puerto Rico.
Wepa will be donating 5% of annual net profits and we invite you to join the cause by going to their website, learning more and donating to this very worthy cause."
Incredible... Thanks, Wepa! Now go enjoy!
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