20 March 2020
Davis County Daily Highlights- March 20
March 20, 2020
Santorini’s Greek Grill, located in Station Park, has become a Davis County favorite for their authentic and fresh gyros, bowls, Greek fries, and Greek yogurt desserts, in larger than life sizes.
During this time, Santorini’s is remaining open for pickup orders and is offering free delivery through Doordash. They will allow ten customers in their restaurant at a time to place to-go orders. However, to encourage social distancing, Santorini’s is offering 15% off all curbside pick up orders when placing your order over the phone. Just call them at 801-451-5850, give them your order and payment info, and they will hand-deliver your fresh meal to your car. They will also be giving a free bounce back meal card to use next week with every curbside order this Friday and Saturday. Trust us, after eating one of their giant, fresh gyros and their Loaded Greek Garlic fries, you’re going to want to eat there again soon.
Beginning Saturday, they will also be giving 25% off to all healthcare workers.
Santorini’s Greek Grill:
290 North Central Ave
Farmington, Utah 84025
If the first signs of warm weather have you craving homestyle barbeque, then look no further than R&R BBQ. Their menu is filled with award-winning ribs, beef brisket, pulled pork, grilled chicken, and even spicy andouille sausage. Try a meat plate, brisket tacos, or some of their traditional sides like baked beans or coleslaw.
If you’re looking to feed your entire family this weekend, they are offering Family Packs that include 3 pounds of smoked shredded pork, one dozen dinner rolls, one quart mashed potatoes with gravy, one pint of coleslaw, and one bottle of Original R&R BBQ sauce. Family Packs can feed 6-8 people and are just $44.99.
To show support for healthcare workers during COIVD-19, R&R BBQ is offering 25% off all takeout orders for those working in healthcare at this time. Simply show staff your badge or identification, and you’ll get a delicious meal at a great price.
426 North Cabelas Drive Bldg H Suite 102
North Salt Lake:
North Salt Lake, UT
Bowman’s Market in Kaysville has partnered with Tanner Clinic to help community members who are high risk for COVID-19. Tanner Clinic and Atlas Home Healthcare will be stationing nurses at Bowman’s
Market to provide personal shopping services to those most at risk. If you, or someone you know, is at high risk due to their age or health conditions and are wary of coming in close contact with other shoppers, nurses will be able to shop for you. If you are interested in utilizing a personal shopper, please call Bowman’s Market to ensure a personal shopper is available.
Bowman’s Market is also accepting donations of essential items if you are in the position to donate or have extras on hand.
326 Main St
Kaysville, UT 84037
Davis County Tourism and Events is actively working on putting together a comprehensive guide of Davis County restaurants and what services they will be offering during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please check back soon to find details on specific restaurants and what their various pick up or delivery options will be. In the meantime, we encourage you to continue to support local businesses by calling restaurants directly to see what services they will offering. You can see a complete list of Davis County restaurants here.