In the midst of a pandemic when people are not leaving their homes. Local restaurants are getting innovative.
“We had to get outside the box just a little bit, outside our four walls and we’re doing our take and go program.”
Walk-On’s is now driving around to neighborhoods, allowing people to taste delicious food in the comfort of their communities.
“The main thing is, we’re practicing social distancing. So, we’re able to keep people spaced out, our servers go to them” said Dustin Loveless, General Manager of Walk-On’s Burbank location.
Across town, owner of the Jambalaya Shoppe, Kyle Suire is doing the same thing. He said, the love that is being shown to his business is the perfect example of support your neighbors.
“Support your local businesses through a time like this, it’s only going to make us stronger if we get through it” said Suire.
Both companies said, this idea is allowing companies to service the communities while adhering to the governor’s orders.
“We been abiding all of the regulations and all of the different guidelines that the Governor has sent out” said Loveless.
He said, along with serving the communities, he’s able to keep his staff employed.
“We wanted to keep our employees as many as we could.”
“I promised them that I’ll do whatever I can so they can keep their jobs.”
As the meals are walked to your cars. Dustin loveless says, like all things surrounding this covid-19 pandemic, it’s a learning curve.
“It’s been a little bit different a lot of moving parts but we’re changing as we learn.”
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