With people losing their jobs, grocery stores running out of basic items and everyone trying to stay home as much as possible to comply with our shelter-in-place order, Addison businesses have had to think creatively to stay busy and help the community. That’s why many restaurants are now offering grocery items to customers for curbside delivery or takeout!
Several restaurants in the community are selling items like eggs, meat and fresh produce as well as their regular meals and drinks available to-go. A full list is available online.
Some of the restaurants include:
Fogo de Chao, which is selling fresh produce and ready-to-grill items including a 5 oxz. Picanha for $4, an 8 oz. filet mignon for $12 and a 6 oz. cold water lobster tail for $16. You can also get a pound of butter for $4, a dozen eggs for $3, and milk and cream.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar is selling their Quarantined Together Meal Kit so you can grill your own hamburgers with all the seasonings and toppings, as well as a build-your-own truffle fries. They are also selling basics, like milk, eggs, bacon, cheese, iced tea and toilet paper.
Ida Claire has Social Distancing Kits, which are designed to help people eat well. The Grill and Chill Kit provides an array of groceries to help you cook multiple meals, such as two whole chickens, four Wagyu beef patties, one full rack of pork ribs, four ears of corn, red potatoes, a pound of butter, 15 eggs, a gallon of milk and two rolls of paper towels for $50.
Lazy Dog is selling a Home Essentials kit, with 3 pounds of boneless skinless chicken breasts, 15 eggs, a gallon of milk, a loaf of bread, a pound of butter, 2 pounds of rice, three rolls of toilet paper and more for just $40.
We are proud of all of these local restaurants who are thinking creatively and making it easier for our community to get food!