Home Folks At Soddy Daisy Switches To Food Truck

Friday, March 20, 2020

The Home Folks Restaurant at Soddy Daisy has switched to a food truck in front of the establishment.

Stephanie Norris, who had worked as a weekend server, urged residents to continue to patronize the restaurant at 8981 Dayton Pike.

She said, I want to encourage the general public, especially Soddy Daisy, to go by Homefolks and get  lunch or early dinner from the Food Truck Homefolks has. It’s the very same YUMMY food offered inside the restaurant , but with precautions and everyone’s health , they can only serve from Food  Truck.

"This is a family owned restaurant and has been established in Soddy Daisy since 1986.

This is unchartered territory for everyone in the food industry, so PLEASE support restaurants if they offer to go, curbside pick-up, or a Food Truck. We need to keep these small businesses afloat so when the economy comes back and people start to patronize restaurants again, Homefolks can go right back to normal. My prayer is for everyone out of jobs, out of food, the elderly, the sick, doctors, nurses, police, firemen , emergency response units and everyone helping to deal with something so unreal. It took 3 days for mass hysteria to paralyze a City.

 

"Let’s get back to basics and God. God listens to all our pleas and prayers. I miss my job on the weekends at Homefolks but I have faith God will bless  everyone suffering through this crisis."


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