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Posted on: March 24, 2020

Support Our Shenandoah Restaurants

Our lives have definitely changed in the last few weeks. Many of you have kids who are on extended break from schools; some of you are in "work from home" mode; some of you are still working under very different situations. But the thing that hasn’t changed is that most of our restaurants are still open and ready to make your day brighter with Mexican food, pasta, pizza, sandwiches, burgers or whatever your taste buds are calling for right now. 

 They are part of Shenandoah and we urge you to visit them to pick up breakfast, lunch or supper in the near future. Attached is a list of restaurants with the latest information as to whether they are offering takeout only, delivery services, online orders, or ordering by app. Their addresses and phone numbers enable you to call and check to make your trip to pick up as safe as possible.

Support Our Shenandoah Restaurants



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