ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) — Knight's Steakhouse is one of many restaurants in Ann Arbor staying open and offering carryout options during the COVID-19 outbreak.
It was 68 years ago that Ray Knight, and his wife Mary, opened up Knight's Market in downtown Ann Arbor. In 1984, they opened a restaurant on Dexter Avenue.
The business has stayed in the family; Lindsay Kendrick is the granddaughter of Ray and Mary.
“Obviously, we are struggling to have sales like a normal time, but we have been very fortunate,” Kendrick said.
The Knight family has decided to shut down their downtown location and is directing customers to their Dexter Avenue location for curbside orders.
No customers allowed inside the restaurant – they will bring the food out to you.
Right now, they are offering 50 percent off wine and beer. The Dexter Avenue location is usually closed on Sundays, but they will now be open from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The market, located on Miller Avenue just west of downtown Ann Arbor, is still up and running and busier than ever as people work to avoid large crowds at grocery stores.
“Order milk, bread, eggs, cheese, steak, chicken, anything they want,” said Kendrick.
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