The Coronavirus has everyone tangled up in all sorts of difficulties. It has engulfed the entire world in panic and fear as people struggle to make a living and survive.
Conventional methods of resolution are not as sufficient as they used to be. Hence in such times, many restaurants have taken it upon themselves to help out in this difficult crisis. Many restaurants have turned themselves into grocery stores to provide people with basic necessities such as eggs, rice, beans etc.
To help you out and add ease to your difficulty, we have compiled a list of restaurants in San Antonio, Texas that have converte themselves into grocery stores and are also providing delivery and takeout service.
1. Big Lou’s Pizza
In addition to selling your favorite pizza and chicken wings, Big Lou is now also selling other items that you might need in your daily life such as fresh produce, bread, meat, toilet paper and a lot of other useful items.
For those of you who do not know where you can find this restaurant, Big Lou’s Pizza is located at 2048 S WW White Rd, San Antonio Texas. They are open from 11 am to 9 pm from Tuesdays to Saturdays and from 12 pm to 9 pm on Sundays. For further inquiries, you can also call on their number 210-337-0707.
2. Hearthstone BakeryCafe
Hearthstone is another place you could go to in search of basic food items to fill up your pantry. The place is also offering pick-up and delivery service to assist people in these hard times. It is situated at 3920 Harry Wurzbach and 4212 McCullough Ave. You can place your orders between 10 am to 3 pm from Monday to Friday. Their phone number is 210-826-5668.
3. The Fruteria
The Fruteria is also there for you in these harsh times. The place is offering necessary items that you might need for your pantry. Also, they have a selection of to-go meals as well. The place is located at 1401 S. Flores St. and is open from noon to 5 pm.
Whether you want rice, beans, any other staple, or even toilet paper, they have it. Call them up on 210-251-3104 and ask for further information.
4. La Gloria
La Gloria isn’t behind either in taking care of people in this crisis. The La Gloria at the Pearl is functioning as a grocery store. You can buy bread, fresh meat, and even beer to help you survive in this crisis.
The place is situated at 100 E. Grayson St. in the Pearl and is open daily from 12 pm to 5 pm. You can enquire further by calling up their phone number 210-267-9040.
5. Sangria on the Burg
This place is offering pre-packed packages for $25 each. All the packages include basic necessary items such as toilet paper, eggs, milk, and some other basic items. This venue is located at 5115 Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio, Texas.
Their timings are: Tuesday – Thursday 11 am to 10 pm, Friday – Saturday 11 am to 11 pm, and 10 am to 9 pm on Sundays. You can contact them at 210-265-3763 for further information.
6. Mina and Dimi’s Greek House
If you want something a little more than the basic necessities for your house, then you could try out Mina and Dimi’s Greek House. Along with the necessary grocery items, the place is also selling other items such as pasta, meatballs, and ham.
The place is situated at 7159 Highway 90 and is open Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 8 pm. Also, you could call them at 210-674-3464 for any queries.
7. Mi Tierra
Mi Tierra is also offering its services as a grocery store and has critical items such as bottled water, eggs, bread, prepared meals and a few others as well. This place can be found at 218 Produce Row, San Antonio, Texas and is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Their phone number is 210-225-1262.
Now that you can’t visit this place to have a couple of drinks with your friends, you can still visit it to stock up on your groceries. You can get many useful kitchen ingredients there like pasta, grains, bread, eggs, and even wine.
The place is located at 229 E. Houston St. in San Antonio and is open Monday through Friday from 2 pm to 7 pm. For further details, please contact them at 210-272-0457.
For a slightly more fancy dinner option, you can drive down to Clementine. The place is especially offering the “Feed Me To Go” option and has a menu for each day. Each meal costs $25 per person and has dessert included in it as well.
They are also catering to people with gluten-free and vegetarian options that are available upon request.
Stay Safe and Don’t panic
No one knows when this pandemic will truly be over. Until then, we can only try to make use of the resources that we still have available. These are some of the restaurants that you could turn to in these troubled times. As many of them offer bookings online, it is important that you always have prompt access to the internet from providers like Spectrum (click here), AT&T, Windstream and more.