Now that restaurants have been ordered to close their dine-in service, they are coming up with ways to still serve the community. Moe’s Southwest Grill announced it will temporarily open “Moe’s Grocery” for those in need of certain groceries.
Starting Saturday, March 21, the company is allowing customers to purchase items at all of its locations.
The restaurant chain sent out a news release, saying:
“At your local Moe’s Southwest Grill, we know many families are concerned about grocery shortages running out of items that families need. We believe if we can help in any way then we should!
For a limited time, all area locations will be offering the general public a number of fresh proteins, produce, paper goods and yes our famous sides to help ease any concerns of food shortages at grocery stores. We believe that as a local community, we are in this together and will do our part to help in any way possible.”
Some of the items they are selling individually include:
- all-natural white meat chicken breast
- chicken thighs
- ground beef
During the coming week, the chain restaurant will offer free children’s meals, with the purchase of an adult entree.
The chain will continue to offer delivery, pick up, curbside, drive-thru and to-go orders.
“We are open. We are here for our community. We care. Together as a community we will overcome,” the release said.