As Restaurants Shift to Takeout Again, Tips for Getting Your Food Safely

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Although takeout has long been a convenience enjoyed by people around the world, in 2020 takeout became a key way for many restaurants to stay afloat when the novel coronavirus COVID-19 forced many to close their facilities to customers.

Restaurants have been allowed to remain open, though they have once again been forced to change their business models. 

Here are some of the restaurants you can call for takeout in Saline:

  • Salt Springs Brewery, (734) 295-9191
  • Dan's Downtown Tavern, (734) 429-3159
  • Mac's Acadian Seafood Shack, (734) 944-6227
  • Smokehouse 52, (734) 316-7913
  • Saline Inn, (734) 429-2004
  • Brecon Grille, (734) 429-4868
  • Macino's Pizza & Grinders, (734) 944-2838
  • Brewed Awakenings Cafe, (734) 681-0078
  • Cancun Mexican Grill, (734) 429-2262
  • Jet's Pizza, (734) 316-7633
  • Biwako Suishi, (734) 944-6301
  • Tippin's Market, (734) 665-3690
  • Enchanted Oven, (734) 686-0110
  • Gui Lin, (734) 944-4448
  • Mi Zirape, (734) 470-6638
  • Oscar's Sports & Grill, (734) 429-7700
  • Joyful House, (734) 944-3197
  • City Limits Diner, (734) 429-0009
  • Carrigan Cafe, (734) 316-7633
  • Benny's Bakery, (734) 429-9120
  • Mark's Midtown Coney,  (734) 429-1755
  • Paradise Mexican Restaurant, (734) 316-2942
  • Hungry Howie's, (734) 944-9188
  • Domino's Pizza, (734) 944-4555

Takeout has always provided a respite from cooking meals at home, but it seems especially welcomed during the COVID-19 outbreak. Now more than ever, individuals and families could use a break from cooking three meals per day. When opting for takeout, consider these tasty tips.

  • Support small businesses. Independent restaurants could have a tougher time bouncing back from reduced sales and income than large restaurant chains. When seeking out food- and beverage-related businesses, lean heavily on mom-and-pop restaurants, many of which are pillars in their communities. These are the businesses whose owners may have children in your local schools or those who sponsor local sports leagues.
  • Learn new protocol. Ask the business what their requirements are for ordering food. Some restaurants will bring the order directly to your car through curbside pickup. Others may enable you to enter the establishment if you are wearing a mask. Delivery only might be the policy at another establishment. Follow all rules, as they have been implemented to keep you and the business employees safe.
  • Pay by credit card. When placing an order for takeout or curbside pickup, pay by credit card online or over the phone if that is an option. This limits how much you and restaurant employees have to handle cards or cash.
  • Avoid direct handoffs. Ask the counter server or delivery person to put down your order and step away before you grab it. This is an extra step to combat the spread of the virus.

Even as stay-at-home restrictions are being relaxed, takeout figures to remain popular. Certain tips can keep everyone well fed and safe and help bars and restaurants stay afloat.

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