Taqueria Del Sol Reopens For Takeout Plus More From Today’s COVID-19 Daily

Real Subs Cafe and Deli now offering organic groceries, Avital Tours features Matthew Gibbons of AIX and Tin Tin as Virtual Mixologist.

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Taqueria Del Sol Reopens For Takeout

Taqueria Del Sol is reopening all five of its Atlanta-area restaurants for takeout starting Tuesday, April 28 for dinner: Athens, Chamblee, Cheshire Bridge, Decatur, and the Westside.

Lunch service will begin Wednesday, April 29.

The quick-service taco joint is now also offering meal kits for $30. The kits are available Friday, May 1, and Saturday, May 2, and include two entrees, two sides, and an appetizer. Dessert can be added for $4.95 and a housemade margarita mix at $5 per pint.

Guests can order the take-home meal kits via Sol Catering and are available for pick-up on Friday and Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. Sol Catering is located at 1145 Zonolite Road and take-home kits require 24-hour notice.

In related news, several restaurants are offering Cinco de Mayo kits for an at-home fiesta. Click here for more.

Real Subs Cafe and Deli

Real Subs is now offering online organic and all-natural groceries and deli items as well as free scheduled delivery to local residential communities.

“We’re adding more products daily and customers can request that we add clean-labeled products,” Thomas Doty, owner of Real Subs, told What Now Atlanta in an email Tuesday.

“You will see that the prices for our organic meats and cheeses rival big grocery stores commodity prices…”

Real Subs has also partnered with H&F Bread Company and will offer “expanded bakery products as soon as they get back up to capacity.”

“We may not be the next Amazon Fresh, but we’re another option when local residents want organic and all-natural groceries and deli.”

Bold Monk Brewing Reopens Wednesday For Takeout

Starting Wednesday, April 29, Bold Monk will be launching to-go food. Its menu will feature eats from Max Lager’s Wood-Fired Grill & Brewery and White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails.

Online ordering will launch on the Bold Monk website Wednesday at noon or you can call direct at 404.390.3288 to place your order.

Avital Tours Features Matthew Gibbons of AIX and Tin Tin as Virtual Mixologist

Mixologist Matthew Gibbons of AIX and Tin Tin in Atlanta was featured in Avital Tours’ Virtual Mixologist, teaching guests from all over the country about the principles of cocktail balance, mixology skills, and walked guests through different cocktail recipes.

Gibbons will be featured on more upcoming virtual experiences, both public and private (bookings can be made 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.]

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak