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Restaurant workers serve up gourmet food to raise money for new home following fire

Roommates who lost almost everything in a Santa Barbara house fire put their culinary talent to work on Monday night at The Black Sheep restaurant.

Alexander Zubia and his brother and a dishwasher spent the evening working up a sweat in the kitchen during a pop-up event they named “Displaced Taste.”

Zubia said they salvaged some cooking tools for the feast.

Diners paid $60 for six courses and drinks.

The money will help them cover the first and last month’s rent and the deposit needed for a new place to live.”

The dinner was so filling some of the customers said they decided to take their desert course home.

For more information about the benefit visit Black Sheep Santa Barbara’s Instagram page.

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