Not sure if your favorite fast food or fast casual chain restaurant is open for business right now? Many of them are adjusting operations because of coronavirus, so here’s a quick update.
- Five Guys- Store operations and hours — including dining room closures and pickup/delivery-only options — vary with each location and in accordance to local mandates.
- McDonald’sAll company-owned locations nationwide are closing their dining rooms and shifting to carryout, delivery, and drive-thru. All play areas are also closed. These changes don’t apply to franchisees, but McDonald’s said it’s encouraging franchisees to do the same.
- Pizza Hut- Dining rooms will close in states where it’s mandated, and those locations will offer carryout and delivery.
- Starbucks- All company-owned locations in the U.S. are closing their dining rooms and moving to carryout, pickup, delivery, and drive-thru. Company-owned stores in “high-social gathering locations” like malls and colleges and areas with high numbers of COVID-19 cases are closed.
- Wendy’s- All locations in areas that have declared a state of emergency are closing their dining rooms and moving to carryout, pickup, delivery, and drive-thru.
All company-owned U.S. locations of these restaurants are closing their dining rooms, and offering carryout, pickup, and drive-thru options, as well as delivery, where available:
- Carl’s Jr.
- Firehouse Subs
- Jimmy John’s
- Panda Express
- Shake Shack
- Taco Bell
Restaurants with no major closures announced yet:
- Burger King
- Dairy Queen
- Panera Bread (*the company notes: online ordering, Rapid Pick-Up, Drive-Thru and Delivery, you can stay where you feel most safe.**Available in select locations)
- Papa John’s
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