Dai Due, the Cherrywood locally focused restaurant and butcher shop, decided to close down its dining room as of now because of concerns over the global novel coronavirus pandemic. However, the restaurant will still serve its menu through pickup orders starting on Tuesday, March 17 at 2406 Manor Road.
The butcher shop will remain open in the meantime too. The restaurant/shop is also emphasizing that it is following all sanitization guidelines as well as minimizing person-to-person/object contact.
”We have reached a turning point,” wrote owner Jesse Griffiths and the team in an Instagram post explaining the change. “It is clear that only social distancing can slow down the spread of COVID-19.” Later, they added, “protecting the at-risk members of our community must be our absolute priority.”
Dai Due joins the growingly lengthy list of Austin restaurants and bars deciding to shutter as well as restaurants deciding to add takeout options in order to help mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus in favor of social distancing.