Mezzo is offering 10 % off for frontline health care workers on Thursdays
Mezzo donated $1 from every meal to the Downtown Mission
Huge thanks to Empire Communications supplying free meals to frontline workers at Chateau Park Long Term Care Centre, Chartwell Royal Marquis Retirement Residence, La Chaumiere Retirement Residence and Country Village Homes
We’re proud to partner with EDF Renewables North America and Romney Wind Energy to provide food to frontline workers at Wheatley Food Bank and the Meadows of Wheatley retirement home.
Electrical workers partner with Mezzo Ristorante to feed frontline health workers. The partnership is expected to help feed 5,000 frontline staff in Windsor, Leamington and Chatham-Kent
Huge Thank you O Cannabis Clinic for sponsoring meals for Frontline workers at Berkshire Retirement Home and Dolce Vita Retirement Home.
Thank you Joe Pavkovic from Croatia Machine Tool of Canada for buying lunch for frontline workers at Extendicare Southwood Lakes.
Thank you Windsor-Essex County Association of Realtors for helping Feed a Hero!
They bought lunch for the frontline workers at Regency Park Long term Care Home, Richmond Terrace in Amherstburg and Chartwell Leamington Retirement Residence.
FOR BUYING LUNCH FOR THE FRONTLINE WORKERS AT CHARTWELL OAK PARK TERRACE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE.
THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL FRIENDS AT PLATINUM REALTY FOR PROVIDING LUNCH FOR VICTORIA SUPPORTIVE LIVING
Thank you Jenny Minello at Sun Life Financial for helping Feed a Hero!
She bought lunch for our frontline workers at Amica Riverside and Sunrise Senior Living.
In the ongoing efforts to quell the spread of COVID-19, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers has partnered with Mezzo Ristorante to feed frontline health care workers at hospitals throughout southwestern Ontario.
An agreement reached Tuesday will deliver individually prepared and packaged meals to six locations, including five hospitals in Windsor, Essex County and Chatham-Kent. Hospitals include Windsor Regional Hospital campuses, Hotel Dieu Grace Healthcare, Erie Shoes Healthcare in Leamington and Chatham-Kent Health Alliance.
Food will also be provided to hotel rooms where health care workers are living throughout their two-week quarantine.
“At the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, we are committed to the people in the community, and especially to the essential workers,” said Karl Lovett, CEO at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. “IBEW respects what the men and women are doing in our hospitals, every person from reception and maintenance to nurses, doctors and security.”
The partnership is expected to help feed 5,000 frontline staff in Windsor, Leamington and Chatham-Kent over a three-week period. Mezzo owners Filip Rocca and Darcy King immediately jumped at the opportunity to help healthcare workers, who are working tirelessly to support their communities. “They’re putting their own lives at risk to help manage this epidemic and protect us all. That’s something that needs to be supported in every way we can,” said Rocca.
Meals will be delivered over a three-week period to the six locations throughout the region. Several companies came together to support the project, including owners at Mor Gro Farms, who donated tomatoes and cucumbers to help make the salads. Mezzo’s staff will be preparing a variety of sandwiches and pastas.
To ensure the food is delivered safely, two packing companies offered their support. Owners at Champion Packaging is providing containers to individually package the food for health care workers, while Post Packaging of Windsor donated the shipping boxes used to take the food containers to each location.
Mezzo Ristorante is expected to help feed 5,000 frontline hospital staff in Windsor, Leamington, and Chatham-Kent over the next three weeks.
"A Windsor Italian restaurant has delivered more than 800 free meals to health-care workers"
Staff with Mezzo Ristorante and volunteers from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 773 in Windsor have been working every day for more than a week, preparing and packaging meals for health-care workers across the region.
Mezzo Ristorante and Lounge has been named the best Italian restaurant in Windsor in this year’s Top Choice Awards.
Owners Filip Rocca and Darcy King were all smiles when the news arrived last week.
There were both quick to heap gratitude onto their “hard working” staff and loyal customers. “This award is truly a great honour for our team here at Mezzo,” Rocca said.
“Top Choice is a prestigious award that recognizes the dedication of our staff and the superior experience we strive to provide.” Mezzo was one of five nominations for the Best Italian Restaurant in Windsor by the international organization
that recognizes businesses all over the world for their high-quality services.
The Top Choice Awards is used as a marketing tool that gives customers in communities across North America and
Europe a guide to reputable businesses where they can expect top-notch service.
Via Italia had a strong showing for the Italian restaurant category.
“We were among some elite company with this nomination,
including several of our neighbours here in Via Italia .
“We really appreciate our loyal customers who have come to love and
support us in everything we do.”
Social media is a large component to the Top Choice Awards and this year’s contest garnered quite the buzz, shattering reactions recorded in any other year,
according to organizers.
“The survey broke records of popularity and intensity, with more shares, more comments and more engagement than ever before,”
the organization released in a statement.
The winners were announced Jan. 10, 2020 after the voting period,
held between Nov. 1 and Dec. 20 last year. The awards gala is held in
Toronto on Sept. 7. 2020.
Stay tuned for this years voting for 2021 Winner…
December 25th, 2019
marked our 17th Annual Christmas Day luncheon at Mezzo
We are proud to say we have served over 2,000 hot meals over the years right here in our own dining room on Christmas Day.
Supporting our local community...
Mezzo offered a free luncheon on December 25th
to those who are homeless or alone for the holidays.
EVERY YEAR WE WELCOME DONATIONS:
We are looking for new/used books, toys, scarves, gloves and hats so our
guests can leave here with a Christmas gift.
As we don’t know exact ages, we ask that nothing is wrapped so our
guests can choose a few items to take with them as they leave.
You can drop off donations anytime during the month of December directly at Mezzo...
We could not do it every year without generous contributions from our customers.
Thank you for your support!
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