"We have 60% of restaurants open for take out or delivery," says U.S. Foods
CEO Pietro Satriano. "Over time--call it a year from now--I do believe this industry recovers near to pre-COVID levels. Consumers spend as much on food away from home as they do on food at home." pic.twitter.com/LVWBCnde6Z
Should we allow drive-through services to open for restaurants? Are you paying more for take-out food via delivery services? So near yet far? You're at the mall, you can see the food but you can't order? How long can these outlets survive? #702Breakfast
Anne Frank hid in an attic for two years.
We have Netflix and near everything on demand including food and grocery delivery.
But, go ahead and risk viral death just to open Golden Corral and Waffle House.
I’m so jealous.
At least the Mexican place near me realized that delivery shouldn’t just be a pizza and Chinese food thing. Delivery Mexican food is the best thing ever! Especially since they’re open until midnight!
@himantabiswa according to the rules you set. Restaurants which donot have delivery or take away services cannot open and let customers have food in there. But there is a small hotel near prag office that is open everyday and they serve food to customers in their shop itself!