Turkey Leg Hut Expands Safety and Services for Carryout and Delivery During COVID-19 Containment Effort

Style Magazine Newswire | 3/17/2020, 2:12 p.m.
Turkey Leg Hut implementing special precautions to expand safety for carryout patrons and delivery services during the temporary dine-in closure ...
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Turkey Leg Hut implementing special precautions to expand safety for carryout patrons and delivery services during the temporary dine-in closure with COVID-19 containment beginning March 17.

The Turkey Leg Hut (TLH) has closed in-restaurant dining until further notice and has implemented additional safety measures for carryout patrons and expanded their delivery service an effort to keep their guests, staff and the community safe amid growing COVID-19 concerns.

As part of the safety ramp-up, Turkey Leg Hut will only be taking To-Go orders until further notice. They have created a designated area for To-Go ordering, as well as a designated waiting area for customers, or customers can wait in their vehicle and they will receive a text once their order is ready. Customers can also pre-order food via phone at (832) 787-0770 and follow the To-Go guidelines to pick up their order.

Founders Lynn and Nakia Price have replaced their menus with new disposable paper menus, that they are asking all guests to dispose of immediately after ordering. They are also asking guests to continue to follow the guidelines of social distancing and avoiding areas with a group of 10 or more people.

The TLH delivery service is running daily and will deliver up to a 15-mile radius from the restaurant (4830 Almeda), with a limited menu and minimum order guidelines. Please call 832-707-0781 for delivery service and more information.

Turkey Leg Hut is advising customers who have made reservations for the month of March to call their reservations line directly to reschedule their party for a later date.

“We are all in this together and we continue to encourage you to keep your health and safety as a priority, and ask you to work together to follow the guidelines given by the City of Houston and CDC as will we as we continue to serve our community,” said Turkey Leg Hut Founder Nakia Price. “We appreciate your continued support and please, stay safe, wash your hands, listen to our City officials and we will work through these trying times together.”