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Narobia's Grits and Gravy serves menu for free on Thanksgiving

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For the second Thanksgiving in a row, Narobia's Grits and Gravy opened its doors to the community.

Owner Howard Reid says it's all about feeding family, friends, customers, and especially the needy. Customers could take  home everything from lamb and grits, to shrimp and tilapia. Reid says he couldn't imagine spending the holiday any other way.

"Glad to be apart of it. It's a sacrifice. We believe in some type of sacrifice to help others, and this is an opportunity to do so."

Reid tells us this whole idea started before he was in the restaurant business, when his family opened up their home on Thanksgiving.

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