New ‘Takeout COVID’ App Maps Out 400+ Atlanta-Area Restaurants Open For To-Go, Delivery

Restauranteurs are encouraged to list their business on the platform, free of charge.
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The folks at Coast, an “all-in-one workplace” software for restaurants, have launched “Takeout COVID,” an app that maps out local eateries that are still open for to-go and delivery.

Coast has already logged 400+ Atlanta-area restaurants that are still serving including Heirloom Market BBQ, Boccalupo, and Sushi Hayakawa (click here to view the ever-updated map).

“The COVID-19 outbreak is devastating local restaurants and bars who can no longer seat patrons. Many of them have thousands of dollars of inventory sitting in their fridges, cellars, and bars, which is at risk of going to waste,” Warren Wu of Coast App, told What Now Atlanta in an email Thursday.

“By ordering takeout and delivery, you can help support your favorite businesses and their hardworking teams during this challenging time. Many municipalities have even temporarily allowed the takeout and delivery of certain alcoholic beverages. Order food, cocktails, wine, and beer-to-go and keep your local favorites in business!”

Takeout COVID is free for restaurants and listings can be added to the map by clicking here).


[Editor’s note: The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is rapidly evolving as is its effect on Atlanta, and the City’s businesses and its residents. Click here for What Now Atlanta’s ongoing coverage of the crisis. For guidance and updates on the pandemic, please visit the C.D.C. website.]

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