4 Ways Ridgeland, MS Restaurants Can Support You During COVID-19
In light of the CDC’s guidelines and our local government’s shelter-in-place protocols, many Ridgeland, Mississippi restaurants have stepped up in new and creative ways to continue proudly and safely serving their community. From new curbside offerings to family meal packages, the men and women behind your favorite Ridgeland establishments are fervently working to provide you and your family the comfort of the meals you know and love. Here are 4 creative ways Ridgeland restaurants are supporting their community as we all continue to navigate COVID-19.
1. CURBSIDE PICK UP
Call in hungry and drive out happy! Our Ridgeland restaurants have made it just that EASY by delivering your favorite meals right to your car window, no contact needed. Some restaurants like Krilakis Greek Gyros, Salads, and Burgers have even added additional phone numbers and direct messaging on Facebook to process orders more quickly for their curbside customers.
Don’t want to leave the house? Don’t worry! Many Ridgeland restaurants like Soulshine Pizza Factory, Primos Café, and Zea Rotisserie & Bar have teamed up with your favorite delivery services such as WAITR, Grubhub, and SipZip. Some restaurants are also offering neighborhood deliveries like Sombra Mexican Kitchen and Amerigo.
3. FAMILY PACKAGES
While your family can’t gather around their tables right now, Ridgeland restaurants want to gather around yours. Many restaurants have created family packages like Majestic Kitchen’s cook-at-home burger kits, Anjou’s family of four dinners, and Basil Renaissance’s cold pizza takeout to make dinner plans one less thing to worry about.
4. FOOD PANTRY
Bread, cheese, sanitizer, and toilet paper? This may not sound like your typical restaurant order but many Ridgeland establishments are now offering grocery options to help you check other essential items off your list. One of these restaurants is Newk’s Eatery located within the Township at Colony Park. Newk’s is now offering bread, produce, and dry and paper goods for customers looking to avoid grocery store lines.
From first dates to birthdays, landing that new job to tee-ball wins, these establishments have been there to share in some of life’s biggest moments with us. Though the dining doors are closed, Ridgeland restaurants have proven they are more than their four walls. We are incredibly grateful they have continued to share in one of our lives’ most unusual moments through the comfort of the meals we hold dear. Now, more than ever, they need the support of our local community. Consider ordering lunch or dinner from your favorite Ridgeland restaurant TODAY!
View a listing of Ridgeland, MS restaurants and resources on the Ridgeland COVID-19 Resource page.