The governor instituted a limit on the number of patrons that can be served at restaurants during the State of Emergency, but you can still dine out at your favorite restaurant and support our economy by dining in. Many restaurants are offering take-out service.
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Hearth ’n Kettle in Hyannis (508-568-2935) and in South Yarmouth (508-398-9430) are offering take-out and curbside pick-up while the dining rooms are closed (through April 7). H ‘n’ K will also be offering five of their Kettle favorites as “Grab ’n Go” meals – so someone can go in and purchase a packaged turkey dinner for themselves or an elderly neighbor to just heat and serve. Customers will receive a 25 percent discount on take-out orders. Those delivering a meal to an ill person can receive 50 percent off, if they specify as such upon ordering.
The Cape Codder Resort is providing room service from the Hearth ’n Kettle to its guests.
The Dan’l Webster Inn Restaurant & Tavern is also offering take-out and curbside pick-up. Orders are taken by phone: 508-888-3622. Menu online: www.danlwebsterinn.com. Room service is also available for overnight guests.
The Falmouth Chamber of Commerce created a dedicated page on its website (email@example.com) to host information regarding the COVID-19 virus and there is a listing of restaurants that are offering takeout and/or delivery options for the Falmouth area.
“We are collaborating with government agencies, elected officials, and the Cape Cod and other local chambers of commerce to pass important information along to the community,” advised Michael Kasparian, president. “We are updating the website continuously during the day as we receive new information and updates.” The Visitors Center of the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce will be closed through March 31, 2020. Staff may be reached by e-mail or by calling 508-548-8500.
400 East at 1421 Harwich Road is reaching out to its loyal patrons and new customers during the restaurant shutdown. Owner Gail Sluis says the popular restaurant is offering a limited menu (view at www.the400east.com) available for takeout or curbside delivery. Call 508-432-1800 to place orders.
Pain D’Avignon, 15 Hinckley Rd, Hyannis, is offering an all day takeout menu for its French-inspired cuisine. Call 508-778-8588.
Rock Harbor Grill at 18 Old Colony Way, Orleans has launched Team Tuesdays, where 100 of their nightly revenue on Tuesdays will be donated to their staff.
Since Gov. Baker’s announcement that restaurants could only provide takeout food, most of the staff of 50 was laid off or have very limited hours. The restaurant is offering curbside takeout every night with their full menu. Owners Chuck and Meredith Konner are hopeful that the money they raise will carry their staff through until they restaurant completely re-opens.
“The first Team Tuesday held March 17 was a huge success, the Konners said.
“I couldn’t believe the amount of people that came out and donated. I was astounded by the generosity of our community and how they care for our staff,” said Chuck Konner. “People are good in times of need.”
View the menu at http://rockharborgrill.net/dinner-menu/
The Barley Neck Inn at 5 Beach Road in Orleans is offering an abbreviated menu for home delivery and curbside pickup Wednesday through Sunday (view at https://barleyneck.com/delivery-take-out-menu/) Delivery is offered free of charge within five miles of the inn. A 20 percent gratuity is being added to orders to support the service staff.
Orders accepted from 12 noon to 6 p.m.by calling 508-255-0212. Delivery or pickup is from 4 to 7 p.m.
EAT South Shore, in partnership with the South Shore Chamber of Commerce (www.southshorechamber.org), is providing updated information regarding regional restaurants and breweries on hours, options for food, gift cards and more at www.eastsouthshore.com during COVID-19 Restrictions.
The list of restaurants offering take-out, curbside pick-up or delivery will be updated as information is received and is subject to change. To date more than 42 restaurants are offering food options including some family style pick-up meals and daily meal specials. In addition, local breweries have options for can sales.
Also being offered is a Bingo game to encourage people to continue patronizing these businesses during this time. The Bingo card can be saved at EAT South Shore or the South Shore Chamber’s social media. The first three Bingo cards filled out and returned will win a gift card to EAT South Shore.
EAT South Shore provides a platform to bring awareness of the many outstanding dining establishments in the South Shore region. Its goal is to promote the existing culinary scene, offer a support system for both established and new restaurant owners, and to encourage the spirit of entrepreneurship within the industry.
The EAT South Shore website provides visitors with detailed information about member restaurants to help diners make an informed decision; the website presently features restaurants from Quincy to Plymouth.
“We are fortunate here on the South Shore to have a vibrant restaurant scene,” said Peter Forman, president of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce. “These restaurant owners and employees are our neighbors, friends and are very generous to our communities. With no dine in option many have turned to take out options and we encourage everyone to support them during the mandatory restrictions that are in place for the health of our community.”