These San Antonio grocery stores are helping you beat the heat with delivery, curbside services
Long lines and crowded aisles at the grocery store can get old real quick. It leaves you wondering if there’s a simpler way to get your shopping out the way without all the added stress of wait times and bumping into strangers as you make your way to the register.
Trending: Virtual restaurant establishes new food delivery concept in San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO – Want Outlaw Burger or Miss Mazy’s Chicken? Chef Adrian Cruz, of Ghost Kitchens SA, will make it and send it via delivery service to your door - no physical restaurant required. Ghost Kitchens SA launched in San Antonio at the beginning of January. A ghost kitchen essentially operates in a certified restaurant space, but doesn’t offer a dine-in option, so it’s just cranking out food for delivery. AdTo order, just visit one of those delivery sites, type in the name of the restaurant that has the menu item you’re looking for and order.
San Antonio welcomes first baby of New Year
Khario Williams is the first baby born in San Antonio in 2021San Antonio – Just before 1a.m. Cheryse Williams gave birth to her first child, Khario Williams at North Central Baptist Hospital making him the first baby born in San Antonio in 2021. For the 21st year in a row area hospitals worked together to surprise the new mother with a gift package. This year the New Year’s Baby gift package included multiple gift baskets, a $50 Target gift card, and an infant car seat. Congratulations Cheryse and welcome to San Antonio, Khario!
For restaurant owners, delivery apps can be the difference between making money or losing money, report says
However, CNN Business reports that some common delivery apps may not be helping as much as we think they are. And for restaurant owners who already deal with paper-thin profit margins, that could mean the difference between making money or losing money on an order. But, some restaurant owners, such as Palombino, say it just is not enough. Instead, restaurant owners say customers should just call the place directly. CNN reports that forgoing the delivery apps can help the restaurants stay in business.
Chefs dish out the best and worst food to have delivered
If you’ve ever had food delivered or did curbside pickup, you know it’s not the same as eating it at the restaurant. To help make your meals a little more enjoyable from home, here are some of best and worst foods to get delivered. This Mexican favorite served in a soft tortilla may arrive home better than a crispy or fried tortilla shell. French fries, fried pickles, even fish, are some of the *worst* things you can have delivered... Re-crisping fried food in the oven can only go so far; and once refrigerated, it will crisp up even less.
H-E-B temporarily offers free curbside, delivery service at select stores
SAN ANTONIO – H-E-B is temporarily offering free curbside pickup and free delivery for groceries. The Texas grocery chain is waiving fees for pickup and delivery through Oct. 6 at participating stores. “H-E-B is always exploring ways to help our customers get the products they need at the low prices they expect and the method they want to shop,” said H-E-B spokesperson Dya Campos. “This promotion applies to all curbside and delivery orders scheduled for pick up or deliver by Oct 6.”All stores with curbside and delivery options are participating in the promotion. Customers can learn more at HEB.com.
Librarian comes up with genius way to deliver books to students stuck at home
Access to digital books is so simple, but theres something unique about physically holding a book when youre reading, isnt there? Passek reached out to the Montgomery County Public Schools superintendent, Mike Miear, who immediately got on board with the idea. Then, Passek petitioned the company to take on library books, as well. Access to school library resources is essential for the success of our students, Passek said. The selected books are then delivered by drone to the students yard for free.