Baton Rouge, La (NBC33) — St. Vincent de Paul officials say they're getting ready for a Thanksgiving feast of 700 people on Thursday.
Micheal Acaldo says they'll also be the only kitchen open all thanksgiving weekend.
That's why they're thankful for over 80 turkeys that have been donated by the community.
But they say, they'll never be turkeyed out, because they want to provide their guests with an all you can eat experience.
"It means that, it's all you can eat, in other words if a guest comes here, we can serve them as much turkey as they want. That's a treat because on a regular day we can't do that, we only do that on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas, and Easter." St. Vincent de Paul CEO Michael Acaldo, said.