BEAUMONT, Texas — Southeast Texas restaurants are simultaneously keeping their doors open and helping local grocery store demands during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since Gov. Greg Abbott allowed Texas restaurants to sell items in bulk in March, some Southeast Texas restaurants have started selling grocery store items.
Selling items such as milk, cheese, bread, meats and other necessities is a boost for business revenue, and it also gives others the opportunity to buy food that may be sold out at nearby grocery stores.
Here’s a list of Southeast Texas restaurants who are now selling grocery store items:
Food groups, such as SETXfoodies, have hourly updates regarding food availability. If you know of more restaurants selling grocery store items amid the pandemic, please let us know by sending an email at 12News@12Newsnow.com.