Rapid City Rush serve up spaghetti for local nonprofit
RAPID CITY, S.D. — Spaghetti and meatballs can already be a little messy, but Monday night at the Fork Real Cafe, the Rapid City Rush were dishing up the tasty dish directly onto the table.
The event deemed “The Spaghetti Splash” was the first event of it’s kind for the Rapid City restaurant aiming to get the community’s attention.
“We just try to come up with new unique and innovative ideas to drive people to the cafe to find out what we got going on here.” said co-founder of Fork Real Cafe David Pearcy, “Fork Real is a nonprofit, pay what you can cafe, basically designed to help the community by reducing the hungry population.”
Pearcy says they plan to have more of these fun events at Fork Real in the future.