GLEN ROCK, NJ – Now forced to do only takeout and delivery, Stone & Rail is one of the many restaurants across the state changing the way it does business.
As part of New Jersey’s effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, restaurant dining rooms must remain closed but may offer food for pick-up or delivery.
Some eateries have shut their doors for the duration of the crisis, while others, like Stone & Rail, have opted to stay open despite the mandated restrictions.
Dave Feit, one of Stone & Rail’s owners, said as a whole, Glen Rock’s business community “seems to be pushing to keep their doors open.”
“Everyone wants to ensure the people in Glen Rock are cared for and have access to food and necessities,” he said.
But, Feit said, “We’re learning that everything can change at the drop of a hat.”
“One day, we’re humming along doing really well and the next day, we’re closed down and have to entirely shift our business model. We’re hoping that our community will continue to support us through this time, so it will be worth it to stay open for delivery and take out throughout this crisis,” he said.
Over the past two weeks, the popular gastropub has come up with some creative offerings, including family-style meals that serve four people for $42, beers and wines to go, kids’ lunch meals for delivery and salad specials.
The restaurant has also launched curbside pick-up, as well as contact-free pick-up and contact-free drop-off delivery, according to Feit.
“We want to provide a great option for families stuck at home,” he said.
Call 201-345-0709 or click here to place an order. Stone & Rail will accept orders through 7 p.m.
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