Restaurants including Marie Callender’s to Morton’s the Steakhouse have created Easter-dinner packages to make the holiday special despite lack of dine-out options.
The restaurant will offer a limited menu of two salads, four pastas, three pizzas and a family meal option that will change weekly.
Davy’s at ReBar in downtown Las Vegas will kick off its Boardwalk Liquors drive-up booze sales Thursday in front of the bar in the Arts District.
Makers & Finders will offer complimentary beer and cider with orders of $40 or more starting Saturday while supplies last.
Many have closed as a result of coronavirus outbreak, others adjust to new ways of doing business. But owners say everyone is scared.
Clark County has joined Henderson and Las Vegas in adjusting alcohol regulations to allow certain beverages to be included in the curbside pickup service of some restaurants.
Plexiglass panels are designed to help slow the spread of coronavirus; stores also putting up reminders for people to stay 6 feet apart.
Several neighborhood eateries, diversifying their offerings as the mandate against sit-down dining goes on, are selling meat, cheese and eggs to customers.
Shoppers older than 60, who are considered the most vulnerable to coronavirus, will get a reserved hour at Smith’s stores on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Ferarro’s Italian Restaurant has been in business in Las Vegas for 34 years, but never had to close temporarily — until the coronavirus crisis hit tourism.