Local restaurants have had an up-and-down year since the onset of the pandemic, and now with the colder weather and the threat of a purple tier, one local eatery has made the decision to go to takeout or delivery only for the foreseeable future.
Jeffrey’s Pub and Grub in Quincy (the site of the former Courthouse Café) announced that it had been struggling with the 25 percent capacity in the red tier, as well as worrying about being closed to inside dining if Plumas County moves to the purple tier.
Beginning Sunday, Nov. 29, the restaurant will be open seven days a week from 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. for takeout and delivery. Deliveries will be free for seniors and businesses; a $5 charge for all others (Quincy area only).
Beginning Dec. 3, the restaurant will also be offering family meals that can be picked up or delivered, as well as whole pies. For updated information go to https://www.restaurantji.com/ca/quincy/jeffreys-pub-and-grub-/
Editor’s note: If other restaurants want to share their changes, email [email protected]