As restaurants in Palm Beach County start to open back up amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, Tin Roof is taking extra precautions to keep germs at bay. The Delray Beach eatery wants to make sure its customers feel safe and at ease while dining onsite.
Instead of offering physical menus, Tin Roof has implemented a virtual menu that customers can use when they stop by. All you have to do is pull your phone out, take a picture of the barcodes, and a food and drink menu will pop up on your phone for you to peruse.
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Check it out ☝🏽 Something we implemented for our diners. All you need to do is take a picture when you stop by. It will pull up our drink menu as well as our food menu. This way there is less contact with handling menus. Opening today at 4pm ~~~ Family Style Options, New Menu 👨🏽🍳 Snap a picture with your smart phone, menus will pull up 📲 🤗 . . . . . . . . . . #virtualmenu #takeapicture #qrcodes #goinggreen #socialdistance #tinroofdelraybeach #food #menu #drink #menu #smartphone #delraybeach #downtowndelray #shopdelray #togo #curbsidepickup
The restaurant posted its newest feature on its Instagram page. Kudos!