Concho Pearl Icehouse Gives Back to Law Enforcement
SAN ANGELO, TX – The Concho Pearl Icehouse is giving back to the law enforcement for the next few days to repay them for all of their hard work.
The Concho Pearl, located at the corner of Chadbourne and W. Avenue L, will be giving out free meals on June 25-26 to law enforcement.
The pearl has been closed since the coronavirus pandemic but not by force but to revamp the restaurant. They plan to open their doors on July 1 but felt that they needed to give back to the law enforcement now. Currently they are repainting the front and rehabbing the back patio.
"We love giving back to our community" said the Concho Pearl's Owner John Young.
Meals will be provided on June 25-26. The first day will be for SAPD and then Friday will be for the remainder of San Angelo law enforcement.
"Looking forward to having the SAPD Team come out to eat at the Concho Pearl on Thursday, the TGC Sheriff Department and ASU Police Staff on Friday," said the Concho Pearl's Owner John Young. ""We back the Blue and we want to say thank you for all you do."
The Pearl will be serving lunch from 11-2 and then dinner starting at 5:30. New menu items will be served to the officers. Switch to plain text editor
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