Many food service businesses in Mashpee are providing curbside pickup, delivery and take-out after Governor Charles D. Baker Jr. issued an executive order on Sunday, March 15, prohibiting on-premise consumption of food and drinks at bars and restaurants.

In response to actions taken by the governor during the state of emergency declared because of the coronavirus, more than a dozen restaurants, cafes and food services in Mashpee Commons have modified their operations to provide a variety of pickup and delivery.

“Mashpee Commons is committed to providing essential services to the community during this time of uncertainty related to COVID-19,” the Commons said in a press release. “Please consider supporting local business during this time.”

Several food services not associated with the Commons, such as the Picnic Box on the Mashpee Rotary, have also moved to provide takeout and curbside delivery to remain in business.

The Commons included a list of their food services and the pickup and delivery options each offers in its press release.

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