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: Southeastern U.S.: A Rainy Week Ahead
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:Lifeline Animal Project Stresses Urgent Need For Dog Foster Homes In Metro Atlanta Child Tax Credit: Monday Is Deadline To Opt Out Of Advance Monthly Payments