Are they open?
That’s been the twenty-dollar question for Butte County residents as they stare into the refrigerator wondering whether or not their favorite grill or taqueria can save them from another night of leftovers.
Butte County restaurants have been hit hard by state closure mandates, but many have been able to feed locals by adapting their operations with delivery and curbside pickup options during the COVID-19 crisis.
And with phase two re-openings now underway in California, some places are once again able to open for dine-in by implementing physical-distancing guidelines.
To help answer your questions as to what restaurants are providing which services, the Chico News & Review has put together Good to-go, a site dedicated to local eateries and the current options they are offering. It’s a living document where restaurants can register and make updates as things evolve in this quickly changing climate.
Whether you have a hankering for breakfast, lunch or supper, help the local economy and your belly by checking out the listings and ordering something from your favorite establishments. And if you’re a restaurant owner, read the “FAQ” box at the top of the page for information on how to add or edit a listing.