Despite sweeping changes ordered by the State government in how restaurants can remain open in the wake of the Coronavirus emergency, most of New Brunswick’s eateries are open for business and ready to serve you! Just because you can no longer, for now, sit at your favorite table by the window or grab a seat at the counter to catch up on what’s happening around town, it doesn’t mean you have to be denied your favorite Hub City menu selection. Many City restaurants will continue to offer take out, curbside, or pick up service. If you normally enjoy your favorites “to go” anyway, you probably won’t experience anything different. Maybe the kitchen at your top dining destination is normally open late. With these new guidelines, the services are still available until closing time. So even if you work late hours, take out and pick up service will still be available until the restaurant kitchen closes.
To help you enjoy the City’s numerous dining offerings, a 15-minute parking “grace period” will be offered at any metered parking spot. Now the busier-than-ever delivery services can have some extra time to make their pickups, and customers who choose to order their own carryout won’t have to worry about waiting for orders. Check with your favorite restaurant for what options are being offered, or use this
opportunity to try something new!