Here's just one more reason to love Jon Bon Jovi (besides the fact that he can totally rock out and manages to actually get younger and hotter each year).
The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation is opening Soul Kitchen in Red Bank, New Jersey, this spring. (If Red Bank sounds familiar, it's because that's where musicians like Bon Jovi and Springsteen started their careers.) The restaurant will serve healthy foods prepared with local ingredients from New Jersey farms. The difference is that there are no prices on the menu.
The restaurant will be run on a "pay what you can" basis. The suggested meal donation is $10. If you can afford to pay more, the money will go to help feed someone. If you can't afford to pay, you can volunteer time in the restaurant. In short -- no one is turned away from a meal.
Patrons are encouraged to dine at communal tables, make new friends, and come back and volunteer at Soul Kitchen.
In this economy, the "pay what you can" concept sounds like a great idea. Now, would any rock star like to start a "pay what you can" gas station in Fort Lauderdale?