Restaurants are opening in Houston to cater for diners as restaurants in the US struggle with an outbreak of coronavirus.
Key points:The Houston Food Network has opened a full menu of new restaurants to cater to the new coronaviruses’ populationThe food and beverage chain has teamed up with restaurants and other health care providers to provide safe food for customers”We have a menu of more than 100 new restaurants, so we can’t take a cut of the revenue,” said the network’s chief executive and founder Chris Latham.
“But we are making it so people can eat their food in peace.”
Latham, who owns two restaurants in Houston, said the trend was becoming a standard thing in the city.
“It’s a normal food thing that people can get at restaurants,” he said.
“We are seeing a lot of restaurants open, it’s becoming more commonplace, so that’s great.”
And it’s great for people who have to go out and eat, because the restaurant industry is the most important sector in the economy.
“He said the restaurants had been able to accommodate a lot more customers in recent weeks as they were getting new staff and food items to keep the crowds happy.”
There are more restaurants that are opening, and I think they’re going to grow,” he added.
The chain is currently offering an expanded menu of the restaurant’s signature burger, which is now available in the restaurant and on-premise dining options.
But the new trend was starting to spread beyond Houston, with more and more businesses in the country now offering their services.”
Our focus has always been to offer the best quality of service and food at the lowest prices,” said Latham, adding that the company would be offering similar services to other chains in the area.
The Houston Restaurants Association, which represents restaurants, said it was aware of the new outbreak and was working closely with the local food and health agencies.”
Houston Restaurants is committed to providing the highest level of quality service, as we strive to be a model of excellence and respect for the healthcare community,” the association said in a statement.”
In collaboration with local health agencies and health care workers, we have worked closely with our restaurant partners and the City of Houston to ensure the safety and quality of our food.