Jefferson's On Georgia Avenue Shifts Away From Sit-Down Dining

Friday, March 20, 2020

Jefferson's on Georgia Avenue is shifting to curbside pickup and delivery. The last sit-down service was Thursday night.

 

Ryan Blainey, general manager, said, "To our valued guests, our community, and The Jefferson's Family,

 

"It is with a heavy heart that we share this message, but the health and safety of our customers, staff, and community is our utmost priority.

For this reason, we have decided that we will be closing our dining rooms effective this evening 03/19/2020 , and in compliance with the current city wide mandate.

 

"Our goal is to remain serving our community the best way we can and continue to employ as many on our staff as we can through these tough times we are facing. Here are some ways you can still enjoy the Jefferson's food we've all grown to love.

 

"*Order for pickup by calling 423-710-1560
*Order online at www.Jeffersons.com or through our app, available on the Apple App Store, and Google Play

 

"*Multiple delivery platforms, Uber Eats, GrubHub, Grub South, Door Dash, Dinner Delivered, Post Mates, and we are currently working on an in-house delivery for the downtown area, more to follow.
*NOW OFFERING CURBSIDE PICKUP!!, Just call us and let us now when you arrive and one of our team members will bring it straight to you.

 

"Our greatest pleasure is having the opportunity to serve every one of you and our hope and prayer is to be able to open up our dining rooms to you as soon as possible."


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