After more than 2 months of uncertainty in the hospitality industry, restaurants across the Windsor region that closed their doors are starting to reopen after assessing the situation.
Here’s a look at some of the food and drink businesses that recently reopened for takeout after initially closing due to the pandemic:
The gourmet vegan donut shop, Plant Joy, has begun making their delicious treats again. They are offering limited pre-orders to individuals each week for those who are subscribed to their mailing list. It is contactless pickup and they are not doing day-of walk-ins
Starting Tuesday, May 26, 2020, Nola’s is reopening their doors for takeout. The menu will be limited and offer family dinner options which include their signature southern fried chicken.
TOASTY’S GRILLED CHEESE
We made mention last week that Toasty’s has reopened for takeout of orders made in advance. The menus will change weekly. This week, one of the sandwiches they’re serving up is the Taco Supreme grilled cheese.
If you love Indian food, you’ll be happy to know that India Paradise has reopened for takeout. One of their most popular dishes is their Biryani, so be sure to give it a try.
ROBBIE’S GOURMET SAUSAGE COMPANY
With the warm weather now here to stay, it’s time to make firing up the grill a regular thing. That makes it the perfect time for Robbie’s Gourmet Sausage Company to open their doors again. Service will be limited to Saturdays only from 10:00am to 2:00pm and will be adjusted as demand sees fit.
If you’re not in the mood to go shopping but still want some of the best sausages around, you can have them delivered to your door through WindsorEats’ Ultimate BBQ Kit along with some of your favourite local beverages.
The Pillette Village breakfast staple, Louis Restaurant, is reopening their doors for takeout Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00am to 2:00pm.