WORCESTER – Monday, April 27 is “Take Out Day” in Worcester.
The special day to help local restaurants — an idea from District 1 City Councilor Sean Rose — was voted unanimously in favor by the City Council earlier this month.
The City is calling on all residents — if they can — to order take-out, get curbside pick-up or delivery from a local restaurant.
During the COVID-19 statewide shutdown of dine-in services, many restaurants have adopted take-out and curbside pick-up options that make it safe for both the customer and restaurant staff.
In an effort to support local restaurateurs, the City Council adopted a resolution declaring Monday, April 27 #WorcesterTakeOutDay. Support your favorite local restaurants, diners and cafes that are up and operating with a curbside pick-up, to-go order or delivery. pic.twitter.com/ZaJUsaLJdS
— City of Worcester (@TweetWorcester) April 19, 2020