FAIRFIELD — Police from area agencies will partner with Texas Roadhouse to provide a free meal to all comers who sit from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday in aid of Special Olympics.
And while lunch is free, the law enforcement members who will be working as servers for the event encourage tipping too much. This is, after all, a fundraiser.
Solano County law enforcement officials promise “a top-notch dining experience” for a meal that includes a pulled pork sandwich, steak fries, fresh bread with honey, cinnamon and butter and a non-alcoholic drink.
No substitutions are allowed. In fact, the combination is the only food Texas Roadhouse will serve during the three-hour event. Texas Roadhouse, however, will be swapping a meat product for a dinner salad to accommodate vegans and vegetarians.
At the end of your meal, guests will be asked to leave a monetary “tip” for the excellent service they received. These tips will be donated directly to Special Olympics.
The Fairfield event is one of hundreds of events hosted by the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Northern California. The goal of the Law Enforcement Torch Run is to partner with communities to support Special Olympics programs through fundraising and public education, while improving the quality of life for local athletes.
No reservation is necessary. If the turnout is higher than expected, Texas Roadhouse will create a waiting list for all parties and text them when a table becomes available.
Several law enforcement agencies are involved.
No delivery will be available. Those unable to attend the lunch can donate directly at https://p2p.onecause.com/