On Wednesday, Gossips published a list of restaurants that were offering takeout, curbside pickup, and/or delivery. It was not the intention to include markets, which have not been required by the governor's executive order to close, or pizzerias and Chinese restaurants, where takeout and delivery are comme d'habitude. Rather the purpose was to provide a list of the restaurants in Hudson that typically to do make their menus available for takeout or offer curbside pickup or delivery but were doing so now that their dining rooms had been closed. That list, updated, alphabetized, and categorized will soon to be moved to its own page, with a hyperlink in the right column, so it can be readily accessed whenever needed. Meanwhile, there's news about a market that is changing its policy.
Beginning today, Friday, March 20, Rolling Grocer 19, 6 South Second Street, has adopted a preorder only system. Orders can be submitted online or on paper at their storefront. Online orders are preferred, and prepayment can be made with credit or debt cards, Apple Pay, or Google Pay. If you need to pay with cash, EBT, or Double Up Bucks, you must submit a paper order form. Orders will be available for curbside pickup within two hours of placing them, or you can schedule a pickup time during store hours: 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The cutoff for placing or picking up orders is one half-hour before the store's closing time. Click here for information about preordering or to place an order.
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