Many restaurants across Charleston continue to offer takeout and delivery during the novel coronavirus outbreak, but others are making the tough decision to close. Most recently, Jackrabbit Filly announced on Instagram that it would shut down for at least two weeks, writing, “Unfortunately, tonight will be our last night of service, and we’ll be shutting down for the next two weeks (or until future notice). As the number of people infected by this virus grows, we feel it is best for the safety of our employees and guests.”
As diners are looking for ways to support their favorite restaurant staffers, Eater Carolinas will be collecting a running list of fundraisers, staff Venmo accounts accepting virtual tips, and other opportunities to help staff weather the storm in the coming weeks or months before their restaurants reopen.
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