The Great American Takeout

Due to the Coronavirus Lockdown, Dallas, Tarrant, and other North Texas counties have placed a ban on public gatherings. This includes not only sporting events, cultural, and performing arts event, it also means that the dining rooms of restaurants, bars, and pubs are closed s to dine-in service are closed.

#TheGreatAmericanTakeout is encouraging you to support your local restaurants by ordering your favorite meals from DFW restaurants. With many local restaurants offering takeout and curbside pick up menus, you can have then delivered by UberEats, Favor, and other delivery apps.

Restaurants Offering Curbside Pickup, Take Out or Delivery 

As always, all six stores Eatzi’s will be open every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., for meals with an assortment of sandwiches, soups, salads, sushi and hearty entrees for takeout. The Grill at Eatzi’s also serves hot breakfast, lunch, and dinner and yummy desserts.

Al Biernat’s  is offering curbside pickup and free delivery within a 3-1/2-mile radius of both Oak Lawn (214-209-2201) and North (972-239-3400) locations. Lunch order minimum of $75 order, dinner order’ minimum at least two entrees. Hours: 11:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m. daily, and Saturdays 5–8:30 p.m.

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Liberty Burger has to-go options for all of their specialty burgers, with protein options, including beef, bison, chicken, lamb, turkey, ahi tuna, veggie, and Impossible meat. They also offer a variety of salads, sides and a kids’ menu. Online orders can be placed for curbside pickup through a variety of delivery apps, such as ChowNow,   GrubhubFavorPostmates, and others.

Both the West Village and Plano locations of Crú Food and Wine Bar offer curbside pickup. The to-go menu features wines by the bottle are 40 % off. Call 214-526-9463 to order from West Village; call 972-312-9463 to order from Plano.

Dallas Farmers Market

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The Dallas Farmers Market will be open this weekend. They will employ extra sanitation measures for your safety. So, be sure to stock up on plenty of fresh produce and eggs and check out the food vendors and merchants for carryout and curbside delivery. Visit the DFM website for offerings, deals, and delivery options

For more information on restaurant delivery and curbside pickup options, Uptown Dallas Restaurants  and other local restaurants
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Stay healthy!

DFW Event, Attraction and Restaurant Closings Due to Coronavirus

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Flu season comes along every year, but, things are completely different now with the recent outbreak of COVID 19 (Coronavirus). The extremely contagious nature of this pandemic has caused the city of Dallas and the state of Texas to take precautionary measures to stem the tide of this disease.

Canceled Events in DFW

On March 19, 2020, Dallas City Council has extended the emergency declaration through Wednesday, April 29, and Dallas County has banned public gatherings of 10 people or more. That means sporting events like the Byron Nelson, concerts, festivals, and all other events are canceled.

With City, State and Federal agencies encouraging social distancing to limit our exposure to COVID 19, local attractions, movie theaters, and cultural venues like the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Arboretum and Texas Discovery Gardens are temporarily closed. 

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The Dallas Opera has canceled all performances and programs for the remainder of the 2019/2020 season. Bass Performance Hall has canceled all events through May 17, 2020.

The Dallas Summer Musicals and the AT & T Performing Arts Center also have canceled, postponed or reschedules all upcoming events. 

See their public health announcements for more information and event news: 

Restaurant Dining Rooms Closed

Part of the ban on public gatherings means that restaurants, bars, and pubs are closed s to dine-in service. With schools closed and people being asked to work from home, this means a drastic change in lifestyle for most of us. 

There is some good news, though. With curbside pick, takeout and delivery available, you can still enjoy meals from your favorite DFW restaurants. Some local eateries will even deliver wine, margaritas, and cocktails along with your food orders. 

Restaurants Offering Curbside Pickup, Take Out or Delivery 

Other Home Delivery Options

UberEats 

GrubHub

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For updates, COVID-19 guidelines in the DFW Metroplex, please visit the following websites: CDC COVID 19 Updates  |Tarrant County Public Health Department Dallas County – Local COVID-19 Updates CDC
Follow Concierge Connection on Twitter
#COVID19DFW for updates on event cancellations and closings due to the coronavirus.

Stay healthy!