As cases of COVID-19 continue to spike across the Sunshine State, and more and more dining rooms close to the public, restaurants have been focused on the takeout and curbside experience.
But performing the now-standard industry pivot without compromising quality is no easy task. Just a few weeks into the pandemic, restaurant-goers seemed to have formed expectations from restaurants offering takeout – expectations that went beyond adhering to stringent food handling and safety protocols. Ordering, be it online or analog, needed to be a smooth and unfettered process; packaging had to be sturdy and appropriate; to-go beverages of the adult kind and discounts on wine bottles became sudden requirements. And the food had to be just as good as if it were served inside the restaurant. Like dealing with a constantly changing landscape isn’t tough enough. Here are 15 Orlando restaurants standing out from the rest during these times.
As always in these times, check the social media handles and websites for details like menu items and delivery hours as they may change as these restaurants adapt to these new business models. Also, always remember to tip well and call before using a delivery platform such as Postmates or UberEats, which comes with hefty fees for consumers and restaurants.Read More