BROOKHAVEN, Ga. (CW69 News at 10) — Brookhaven restaurants and bars are among the countless metro Atlanta businesses forced to shut down their dine-in services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’re looking at another three weeks or so without dine-in services. Luckily, they’re still allowing us to do to-go and delivery services,” said Daniel Campbell, the general manager of Pour. Kitchen + Bar on Dresden Drive. “Pour is a classic neighborhood wine bar known for its fine food, delicious drinks, and festive atmosphere,” according to their Facebook description.
As you drive around the area, you see lots of signs going up, letting customers know they’re still welcome at Beer Growler, J. Christopher’s and other places like Terra Terrior.
“We have a special menu set up for these troubling times which we are all going through together,” Terra Terrior General Manager Chris Driollet said. The restaurant is also updating customers on on their specials and to-go and delivery items on their Facebook page.
They’re serving up items like their specialty hand-made pizzas, burgers and jumbo lump crab cakes.
Also, they say they’re depending on the community to stay afloat during these rough times.
“The most important thing is to support each other and do what ever we can, especially as independents, to stay strong,” said Driollet.
“I really feel like the neighborhood’s coming together to and trying to keep all the small businesses alive here,” Campbell said.
It’s something they hope will continue for the long haul.