#carryoutWednesday is now trending on social media. It’s a new idea to help support local restaurants during this time.
Yesterday, Mayor Knox White issued a proclamation banning all Greenville restaurants, bars + breweries from serving food and drinks for consumption on-site. Later in the day, Gov. Henry McMaster ordered all S.C. restaurants to close in-house services.
With many people opting to stay out of the public, many of our local businesses are going to take a hit. To support local restaurants, we can place pickup or delivery orders today (and every day).
We searched social media to put together a list of restaurants that have implemented new curbside and/or delivery options. If you do opt to order in tonight, make sure to to share your plates with us by using the hashtag #GVLtoday on social media – because if we can’t dine out, we can dine in together.
Gather GVL, 126 Augusta St.
Gather GVL vendors like HenDough, KO Burger, Mercado + Al Taglio have launched a variety of meal kit options for families that can be purchased using the newly-launched Gather GVL app or ordering delivery through BiteSquad.
Urban Wren Winery, 116 N Markley St.
Starting today, Urban Wren is offering curbside pick up service for a special menu of a la carte, family-style, and wine offerings. And get this – to support the community, a portion of sales will be going to a hospitality relief fund and they’re also offering 25% off for any healthcare worker.
The Burrow, 2017 A Augusta St.
Family style to-go meals with entrees like lasagna, grits and grillades, and full rack of ribs with creamed corn and salad are some of the offerings from The Burrow. Minimal contact curbside pick up is also available.
Tipsy Taco, 215 Pelham Rd., 15 Conestee Ave., and 1133 Woodruff Rd.
Tipsy Taco’s Upstate locations will be adding delivery service in addition to pick-up. You can also order from their menu using apps like BiteSquad.
Golden Brown & Delicious, 147 Welborn St. Ste. B1
GB&D is currently offering takeaway orders, with plans to implement things like curbside pickup and partnerships with food delivery service in coming weeks. Starting today, they’ll also have free lunches available for children on tables outside. Other vendors at The Commons are implementing to-go service as well, click here for more.