TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - One popular Wabash Valley restaurant welcomed kids for Halloween.
Taco Casita on Wabash Avenue in Terre Haute handed out candy during trick-or-treat hours Tuesday.
A few kids showed up to cash in on the candy.
Their parents probably cashed in on one of Terre Haute's oldest and respected eateries.
Restaurant workers say its just part of their job.
"Just a way to show our support to the community and that we are a family oriented restaurant and you know, we like to include the neighborhood," Taco Casita Employee Candice Wilkie said.
The restaurant plans to give away candy at its same location Wednesday during trick or treat hours.
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