When times get hard, humans band together to bring as much comfort to each other as they can. With restaurants closing their dining rooms and grocery store staples selling out, Floridians across the state may be wondering where to turn. Delivery and take out is always an option, but one Tampa restaurant is offering a helping hand for people in need.\nOwned by Julie Curry, Bake'n Babes is known for its vegan sweets and over-the-top freak shakes. Every month they come out with something new, but right now they're offering something you wouldn't normally see on the menu — pasta meals.\nThe meals have been crafted as part of an effort to support service industry and restaurant employees that may be out of work or otherwise affected by stay home orders and business closures.\n"I just think in times like this we have to join together," Curry told Narcity, "Restaurant owners and workers are in a very vulnerable place right now. If we can do one small gesture to make someone’s day a little better, then that’s great."\nWhile Curry is currently stuck in Peru under lockdown after the country shut down flights, she isn't letting that stop her from giving back. The sweet treat shop owner says she regularly video calls her staff to stay up to date with each other as they continue to whip up their goodies and pasta dishes.\nCurry said the pasta meals are being offered in both meat and vegetarian versions by her hardworking staff after receiving requests from vegetarian visitors.\nView this post on Instagram UPDATE- WE ARE OUT OF PASTA MEALS. We will update if we are able to make more and will let you know when and where pickup will be available❤️ We are still giving out FREE pasta meals for our service industry fam! We made more meals today, so stop by @thehallonfranklin before 9pm and grab one. You do not need to buy anything from us. We just want to offer a small gift and show our Tampa industry fam that we love and appreciate them. We are all in this together! ❤️🍝 A post shared by Bake'n Babes™️ (@bakenbabes) on Mar 22, 2020 at 9:46am PDT\nBake'n Babes isn't even requiring a purchase for service industry families to take home a hot meal.\nWhile their location at The Hall on Franklin is closed, the meals are being distributed by Bake'n Babes' friends at Victory Coffee, located at 101 N 12th St. in Tampa.\nView this post on Instagram More FREE take and heat pasta meals are available for our service industry fam! Our friends @victorycoffeetampa will be distributing the meals for us at their coffee shop since The Hall is closed. We made vegetarian options available as well. 🍝 Their hours are from 7am-3pm. Stop by and grab a meal, and a delicious cup of coffee. We will get through this together! ❤️ A post shared by Bake'n Babes™️ (@bakenbabes) on Mar 27, 2020 at 9:35am PDT\nIf you know someone in the service industry that needs help, share this knowledge with them. All they have to do is pop into the shop between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. and simply ask someone at the counter for a pasta meal.\nDespite the closure of The Hall on Franklin, Bake'n Babes is still serving up their tasty treats including vegan brownies and CBD cookies on Uber Eats — their bites join Empamamas and their crispy Cuban sandwich stuffed empanadas that have popped onto the delivery platform for the first time.\nView this post on Instagram We just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone that has been supporting us with all the take out orders! We are so incredibly grateful ❤️ We also wanted to take a minute to thank @daveburtonoftampa and the entire team @genxtampa who are letting us operate out of their kitchen. This is what it’s all about folks- community coming together right now and supporting each other. 🍪 Ubereats Hours Monday: closed Tuesday-Sunday: 11am-8pm *You can choose “contactless delivery” A post shared by Bake'n Babes™️ (@bakenbabes) on Mar 25, 2020 at 8:53am PDT\nEven with the new set of struggles surrounding the ever-evolving situation, Curry is determined to make sure she has her employees' backs and is doing what she can to give back.\n"I may not have a lot, but you better believe I will do everything I can to make sure my staff is financially taken care of, and that we’re doing our part to support our community."