ATLANTA, Ga. (CW69 News at 10) — Although Governor Brian Kemp announced restaurants can resume dine-in service effective April 27, countless of them are opting not to do so, amid health and safety concerns related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Managers at Verde Taqueria said their restaurant will continue to offer only takeout and curbside service for now and no dine-in service. CW69 caught up with them last month, as they delivered meals to healthcare workers.READ MORE: College Park breaks ground on Gateway Pedestrian Bridge and Trail
Many other restaurants, like Argosy, have posted updates on social media, indicating plans to hold off on allowing folks to dine-in.
West Egg Cafe took to Facebook to announce delayed plans to re-open their dining room as well.
Some other restaurants that are opting out of dine-in service for now but plan to continue with carryout, curbside and/or deliveries include:Authorities Have Identified The Suspect Who Attacked Author Salman RushdieAnne Heche's Son Mourns His Mother