(WXYZ) — National Coney Island is slowly reopening metro Detroit locations after temporarily closing all stores in early April due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The restaurant is offering curbside pickup and delivery, as dining rooms remain closed under the governor's extended stay-home order. The order has been extended to May 28.
Reopening began May 6 at three of their drive thru units:
National Coney Island is also available for delivery via DoorDash from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
The company released this message to customers on its website:
In the following few weeks, we will continue to bring stores back online in a limited capacity with expectations that the Governor will likely allow some type of reduced-capacity dine in businesses to reopen at the end of May. We look forward to seeing our loyal customers once again, and will continue to keep you updated as our stores re-open, as well as the safety measures that we will continue to take to ensure the safest and best experience for our guests! Until then, stay safe and be well, and come grab that Hani or Coney that you have been missing!
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