More local businesses are opening to offer carryout, delivery, or curbside pickup to counter the Coronavirus Shutdown
With the extension of the “safer at home” order, businesses are complying with the new regulations and guidelines while keeping employees employed and bringing in some income. Champ’s, Speedo’s and the Bottle Shop opened last week for curbside pickup. The Bottle Shop is offering package deals with recipes and other fun ideas to be used while staying “safer at home”.
The Grandview Restaurant in the Geneva Inn opened last Friday for delivery and carryout. Each week their special menu will be inspired by flavors from around the world and will be available seven days a week from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Bobby’s Place by the Lake is also open for carryout or curbside pickup, along with a new market that has all the essentials you might need at home without having to drive very far. Avant Coffee Shop is now offering mobile ordering. Anyone can place an order on a mobile device and then stop in and pick it up at the counter. Also opening in the near future is Joni’s Diner and Popeye’s which will give everyone in the city something to look forward to.
Tank Arrives at Walworth Government Center
Piers going in along the lakeshore are a sign that spring is here.
Last week the Harbormaster gave an update regarding the maintenance and scheduling of the piers. The city is asking that only locals use the boat launches and if someone is from out of state that that person refrains from using the pier until these restrictions have been lifted. The repairs for the west end piers are almost finished and the painting of all the piers and slips will start this week. Next to be repaired are the lagoon piers, with painting starting in early May. The boat launch pier is completely repaired but waiting to be painted. All repairs and painting should be done by the end of May.