Tourism Tuesday – Take-Out Edition
28 April 2020
We pre-recorded today’s Tourism Tuesday – Winchester/Frederick County edition – via Zoom with Justin Kerns from Winchester/Frederick County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Justin’s guests today were Chris Daniels, owner of 0-60 Energy Cafe and Emma Alberto, owner of Grub to Go.
We discussed how each of the restaurants have had to pivot to continue to provide a safe dining experience for their patrons. 0-60 Energy Cafe offers walk-up, take-out and delivery services for their entire menu. You can find more details on their website: https://0-60energycafe.com/. Emma opened Grub to Go in the middle of the COVID-19 outbreak and offers take-out via their drive-thru as well as delivery. You can find more information on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/grub2go540/
Both restaurateurs talked about their commitment to the community and the safety of their staff as well as gave us some insight into what it’s like being a food-related business during a pandemic.
You can watch our Zoom conversation – including off-air chatter – on The Valley Today playlist on our YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/86Pz1–TyOg
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