Tina Amin

Co-owner, Hot and Cool Cafe in Leimert Park

Co-owner, Hot and Cool Cafe in Leimert Park

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The husband and wife duo of Hot and Cool Cafe plan meals at the start of each week, prepare them in the restaurant, package them individually, and hand-deliver them to seniors.

Hot and Cool Cafe delivers free food to seniors during coronavirus pandemic

The husband and wife duo of Hot and Cool Cafe plan meals at the start of each week, prepare them in the restaurant, package them individually, and hand-deliver them to seniors.

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