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Austin Southern-Asian Restaurant Is Now Selling Toilet Paper As Part of its Curbside Pickup Orders

The Peached Tortilla closed down its dining room in light of the novel coronavirus pandemic

Dan dan noodles from Peached Tortilla
Dan dan noodles from Peached Tortilla
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Brentwood Southern-Asian restaurant The Peached Tortilla closed up its dining room and switched to curbside pickups yesterday. Along with food and beers, the restaurant is also delivering $2 toilet paper rolls (which has been selling out at most grocery stores lately), while those supplies last.

This new curbside pickup service is all part of the city’s mandate that dining rooms are now closed in order to help control the spread of COVID-19. It’s available from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday at 5520 Burnet Road.

As part of service, founder and owner Eric Silverstein decided to add larger family meals to the menu, including items like Southern fun brisket/noodle dish and the pork belly bowl. Then there are familiar Peached dishes, such as noodles, burgers, and Hainan chicken and rice, plus two beers for $5 special. Orders can be made online or via phone call.

Peached’s event space counterpart Peached Social House on North Lamar is also now open for family meal orders for delivery too. All proceeds from these sales will go towards Peached’s staff.

Sibling restaurant in Clarksville, Bar Peached, is closed completely for now as well.

The Peached Tortilla

5520 Burnet Road, , TX 78756 (512) 330-4439 Visit Website

The Peached Social House

6500 North Lamar, Suite D, Austin, Texas 78752