ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- Tired of coming up with creative meals to cook at home? Maybe it's time to call in the relief staff at one of Robbinsville's many restaurants still cooking up great meals or farm stands providing fresh produce and grab-and-go items.
To further the efforts of Robbinsville Township Mayor Dave Fried in supporting local businesses, the Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) has put together the "Robbinsville's Open for Business," a guide to local restaurants and farm centers that are still serving customers. Under Governor Murphy's executive order, restaurants have had to close their dining rooms in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Many businesses, however, have become creative in ways to serve their customers while keeping their employees and customers safe such a contactless curbside pickup and delivery. The guide provides contact information on each listed business as well as details on menu option and if curbside or delivery service is available.
The list includes great local specialty restaurants like Dolce and Clemente's Gourmet Italian Market, the famous Delorenzo's Tomato Pies and Papa's Tomato Pies, TacoRito Authentic Mexican, Yummy Sushi, Jim's Bagel Loft and Bagels's and Cream. It also highlights the farm and garden markets that are a hallmark of Robbinsville such as Tony's Farm and Garden Center, A & M Garden Center and Country Gardens that provide fresh produce among other specialties.
The recently updated guide now includes Villa Barone, Ravello by Toscano's and Timothy's Center for Gardening.
To download the full list of Robbinsville's Open for Business guide: CLICK HERE
Editor's Note: Elizabeth Meyers, editor of TAPinto Hamilton/Robbinsville serves as vice-chairwoman of the Robbinsville Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC)
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