With everything going on right now with Trump and the immigration ban, it is no surprise that people all over the world are doing everything they can to incorporate advocacy into their everyday lives. And that is no exception for "Top Chef" alum Mark Simmons. Simmons, who now owns and cooks at NYC restaurant Kiwiana, knows the importance of immigrants and wanted to share that with his customers, according to CNN.
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Written at the bottom of the receipt at his upscale New Zealand-inspired restaurant is a statement that say's "immigrants make America great (they also cooked your food and served you today)."
When asked what inspired him to do this, Simmons, an immigrant himself from New Zealand, said that he created the note only a few hours after Trump signed the immigration executive order.
Well, I know where I am eating breakfast/lunch/dinner for the next four years.