For those who despise cooking and live off the service of others, the Covid-19 mandates are frustrating to say the least.
Many families eat out these days to save time, if they run out of groceries, or if someone in the family hates cooking. But fear not, take out is still available in almost every restaurant in town.
As of March 19, the following restaurants have complied with the government mandates of closing their indoor dining facilities; however, take out is still there and ready.
ACE Basin Fish Camp (Jacksonboro), Arby’s, B & D Bar-B-Que (Smoaks-Saturdays), Barrel House, Bojangles, Bourbon Creek (Cottageville), Buck’s Pizza, Burger King, Captain D’s, Carmine’s (dinner), Castillo’s, China Buffet, China Express, China Wok, Cook Out, Cracker Barrel, Dairy-Land, Dockside (Edisto), Dogwood Hills, Dominoes Pizza, Dunkin Donuts, Dukes (routine hours), El Pueblo, Fat Jack’s, Flatz on Main, Fletcher’s (Yemassee), Forks, Fuji’s, Hardee’s, Huddle House, IHOP, Juan y los tres Garcias, K2’s Kitchen, KFC, Main Street Grill, McConkey’s (Edisto), Mcdonald’s, Necee’s at Circle C, Old Bank, Parker’s, Papa John’s, Pizza Hut, Rizer’s Pork (Lodge), Ruby Tuesday, Shoney’s, Sonic, Subway, Starbucks, Sunday’s, Taco Bell, Waffle House, Waterfront (Edisto), Wendy’s, Whaley’s (Edisto), and Zaxby’s.