Friendly’s Continues to Serve Via Delivery, Take-Out

Friendly’s Restaurants are continuing to serve customers through takeout and delivery orders while dine-in service is temporarily suspended as part of wide-ranging efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. A list of participating locations and hours can be found at www.friendlysrestaurants.com. Friendly’s is available for delivery through its website or mobile app, as well as through partners Uber Eats, DoorDash, and Grubhub.

To ensure the health and safety of employees and customers, Friendly’s is following guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) including enhancing sanitation procedures.

“Friendly’s has always prided itself on being a family friendly restaurant, and despite the temporary suspension of our dine-in service we plan to continue to support families and the communities we serve through takeout and delivery,” says Dennis Pfaff, Chief Operating Officer, FIC Restaurants Inc. “While the immediate future is uncertain, this can still be a time to experience togetherness, unity and most of all friendliness. We look forward to continue to help inspire smiles, as we need them now more than ever.”

Consumers can still order the foods they crave, from Honey BBQ Chicken SuperMelts to Bacon Cheeseburgers and Ice Cream Sundaes. For those seeking added inspiration, the top items being ordered via delivery have been:

Friendly’s Signature Ice Cream Creations: From our signature sundaes to Friend-z, Fribbles and Floats, enjoy our “Best in Class” desserts from the comfort of your own home.

Double Sliders: Part of Friendly’s new kids menu, a pair of sliders made with two all beef patties and American cheese are served with fries or the side of your choosing.

Chicken Pops: Part of Friendly’s new kids menu, these chicken tenders are delightfully served on a popsicle stick with fries or the side of your choosing.

Mini Mozzarella Sticks: This appetizer is prefect for eaters who love to pick apart, dip and be merry.

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