KENNEWICK, Wash.- A construction site Tuesday became a catered affair.
The crew from the Texas Roadhouse restaurant teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to help frame a house on South Jean Place in Kennewick.
The restaurant also chipped in by providing lunch to all the volunteers.
Floor manager Crystal Carter says Roadhouse employees take part in a lot of projects throughout the Tri-Cities.
"Since we opened in November, we've been doing a lot of things, and Habitat for Humanity got a hold of us and we wanted to come out , and build a house."
Habitat for Humanity has built 75 homes in the Tri-Cities since 1994. The organization also helps the elderly and disabled with home repairs.