Small Kitchen, Big Heart

These days, in the midst of a pandemic and a difficult economy, it’s not always easy to find the good news. But there’s a whole lot of good happening at Andy’s Kitchen in Cypress, Texas.

Not only is owner Andy Correa serving up some seriously delicious food, but he’s also serving his community. For a long time, folks around town have turned to the Cypress native when they need a helping hand. But ever since the pandemic began, the gentle giant has shown just what a big heart he has.

Partnering with State Farm and other local businesses, Andy and his crew have been offering free meals to essential workers throughout the community.

They spent three days giving back to the Cy-Fair Fire Department, one of the largest fire departments in the country, by handing out free burgers to over 300 firefighters, EMTs and employees.

They also served free meals to the medical personnel at Houston Methodist and at an emergency room in Tomball.

And when HEB called and asked if Andy could cook up around 400 burgers for their grocery associates overnight, he said, “No problem.” (He offered to donate them, but HEB being HEB insisted on paying.)

With everything Andy does for the community, the least we could do for him was donate a vinyl banner and a box of disposable menus, to help keep his business thriving throughout the pandemic.

Next time you’re in Cypress, stop by Andy’s Kitchen (or order delivery!) for some serious comfort food made with love to support the restaurant known by all as “a small kitchen with a big heart.”

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