Some Pucketts Resume Dine-In; Chattanooga Offering Take-Out For Now

Monday, April 27, 2020

Most A. Marshall Hospitality restaurants opened their doors to dine-in customers on Monday. The Chattanooga unit of Pucketts is offering take-out for now.

 

Management said, "After many uncertainties facing the hospitality and restaurant industry, the ability to reopen is a very positive and motivating step to new normalcy in our community. 


"During this first phase of reopening, all A.

Marshall employees will continue to prioritize heightened health and safety measures. Staff members are required to wear masks and gloves at all times and will be focused on implementing increased sanitation practices for the health and safety of guests and employees. Social distancing will also be observed with limited seating throughout the restaurants until further notice.  


"On Monday, April 27, Puckett’s locations in Franklin, Columbia and Murfreesboro will invite guests to dine in their restaurants from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, showcasing new menu items, such as the Southern skillet cinnamon roll, and classic favorites like the BBQ platter and smoked meatloaf. Also beginning on Monday, Scout’s Pub in Franklin will be welcoming diners from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for lunch and dinner. 


"On Wednesday, April 29, Puckett’s Pigeon Forge and Americana Taphouse in Franklin will reopen and welcome dine-in guests from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., respectively. Additionally,  Puckett’s Chattanooga, Puckett’s Nashville, and Deacon’s New South in downtown Nashville will begin curbside takeout on Wednesday while awaiting further guidelines from the cities’ respective mayors."


“After many unpredictable weeks, we are delighted to safely serve our communities in our dining rooms and patios and put our associates back to work,” said founder and CEO, Andy Marshall. “We will continue extra safety measures throughout this pandemic and assure safety for all staff and guests while providing a great meal and top-notch service.”


Menus and current hours of operation for all locations can be found on A. Marshall Hospitality’s Updates Page.


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