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Restaurants adjust to comply with Abbott’s orders

With Governor Abbott’s new mandate outlawing dine-in options at restaurants starting at midnight, eating establishments around the state must alter how they operate. For those who want to eat out rather than cook, below is a list of local restaurants working to provide meals while keeping patrons safe during this time of social distancing.

For students of the school district, breakfasts and lunches remain free of charge and may be picked up daily between 11:30 am – 1:00 pm at the lower junior high on weekdays.

El Corral | 903-322-1141

To-go hours

Tuesday – Saturday 9-9

Sunday 9-3

Delivery hours

11:30-2:30pm & 5:00-8:30pm

Closed Monday, March 23

Anthony’s | 903-322-4173

Saturday 7:00am – 2:00pm

Sunday- Friday 7:00am – 8:00pm

To-go available during business hours

Taqueria Cielito Lindo | 903-322-3806

To-go only

5:00am – 9:00pm

Can also text 254-301-3057

Rancho Viejo | 903-322-7474

Regular hours, to-go orders only

The Pharm | 903-322-2229

To-go orders with delivery as needed

11:30am – 7:30pm

Dairy Queen | 903-322-5321

Drive-thru options:

  • Order at drive-thru menu and pick up at window
  • Place order in store and have delivered to your car
  • Order over phone and pick up at drive-thru window

Don’t forget you can call in for ice cream orders, too!

Church’s, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Texas Burger/Subway and Dickey’s remain open for take-out during their regular hours.