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The X-Factor Grill & Cornerstone Restaurant, 27 Doyle Street, is now offering curbside service to provide social-distancing options to residents -especially senior citizens – during the ongoing health concerns over COVID-19, owner Bryan Westmoreland announced last night, March 17.
“We need to provide a service for our retirement community and our elderly folks,” he said.
Orders should be called in to (706) 282-7771, and customers can give an estimated time when you will arrive to pick up the food. There is an option for paying online, or customers can pay cash in person when picking up the their meal. The curbside pick-up area will be at the on the back side of the restaurant, at the rear entrance of the old Belk location.
“We will walk it out to you, you never even have to get out of the car,” Westmoreland said in a video posted to the restaurant’s social media accounts.
The dining area remains open during regular business hours, with amended seating to maintain distance between parties to comply with social distancing recommendations, Westmoreland said, and enhanced cleaning procedures have been instituted.
“We will leave our dining room open...as long as Gov. Kemp and President Trump allow,” he said. As of this morning, March 18, Georgia is not under any mandatory directive for private business closures