The Coronavirus pandemic has brought many changes to our community. One of them being restaurant-owners having to cope with empty eating rooms in their venues.
At least for now they are able to stay open as long as they are able to offer delivery, take-out, or a drive thru for their customers.
PRESENTE is inviting our readers to support their favorite Latino restaurant today. If you need some ideas we are sharing a list of some venues that, as of today, are offering take-out and delivery.
Alternatively, you can consider buying gift cards for future use. Everything counts. What matters is showing support for the restaurant owners in our comunidad.
This article was published on March 19, 2020 and Coronavirus preparedness measures are changing often. Check with the restaurant before you head there to make sure they are still open and offering delivery/take-out. If you want to add your restaurant to this list, send a message with your business details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
155 21 St. Strip District
El Patrón Mexican Restaurant
100 Wayland Smith Dr. Uniontown, PA 15401
5904 Bryant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
California Taco Shop
890 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15223
4034 Butler St, Pittsburgh, PA 15201
La Palapa Mexican Restaurant
2224 E Carson St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203
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