Support McKinney, Eat Local

McKinney restaurants are depending on you to help keep their doors open. While they cannot offer dine-in service, they can offer curbside service, delivery and take-out.Some are even going the extra mile and helping families with family packs that will feed your entire family for one low price. Cadillac Pizza Pub for example is offering a family meal that includes a pretzel, salad, pizza and four non-alcoholic drinks for $33. Their Mixer Sixer includes any pizza and six mix and match beers for $25.

Other restaurants like Rye and E.J. Wills Gastropub are offering meal kits that are prepped and ready to be re-heated in your kitchen.

Hat Creek Burger Company has partnered with Foster Village, a non-profit that focuses on supporting foster families and the needs of our most vulnerable, for a “Buy One, Give One” initiative. Hamburger casseroles are now available for the whole family for $18, and customers have the option to purchase a second casserole for a family in need for $9.

Additional local restaurants offering family meals include:

Guitars & Growlers
Harry’s at the Harbor
Local Yocal
McAlister’s DeliSpoons Cafe
Thai Noodle Wave
The Yard

Click here for a list of all McKinney area restaurants offering curbside service, take-out and delivery. Please contact the restaurant or check their social media pages before ordering as some may have changed their offerings.


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