The Arizona Restaurant Association (ARA)–known for its adored Spring and Fall Arizona Restaurant Weeks–has announced the debut of Arizona Takeout Week, an all-new strategy to help support local dining establishments who are feeling the strain of Coronavirus closures.
The inventive initiative serves to help diners and those who depend on dining establishments as a food source find restaurants offering pick-up, curbside and delivery options during this time and aid restaurants in marketing their service options during the closure.
“We appreciate and thank Governor Ducey for his efforts in working with the restaurant industry to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus,” says Arizona Restaurant Association President and CEO Steve Chucri, in a press release. “The Arizona restaurant family appreciates his work and that of all elected leaders in our state during this unparalleled time in our history.”
The event has more than 100 participating restaurant locations thus far, including:
Rusconi’s American Kitchen
Phoenix City Grille
Jewell’s Bakery and Café
S&V Urban Italian
Blanco Tacos + Tequila
Trapp Haus BBQ
Original Breakfast House
This initiative is free for restaurants and all are invited to e-mail their current menus and service hours to firstname.lastname@example.org.