WORCESTER – For many restaurants in Worcester, things aren’t exactly easy at the start of this three-week state-mandated shutdown in the midst of a pandemic.
Even the likes of a long-time establishment like The Boynton is learning to adjust on the fly and rely on customer favorites.
General Manager Bill Bourbeau told ThisWeekinWorcester.com his kitchen is working with a limited menu for take-out orders.
“Right now we are trying to sell our staple items — wings, mozzarella sticks, pizzas, burgers, and family style meals,” Bourbeau said, adding that the kitchen is trying to “find a happy medium” between increasing menu options and meeting demands of the customers.
According to Bourbeau, The Boynton will be offering $10 “grab-and-go” meals and low-priced menu items — like burgers and sandwiches — in the very near future.
“We are open and we are trying hard to be safe and clean, help the community with food, as well as keep our staff employed,” Bourbeau said.
Online orders are not being accepted. The take-out menu is available 11AM to 10PM.