Sunset Grill Restaurants has partnered with third-party delivery platforms Uber Eats and Doordash to bring breakfast directly to the doors of Canadians.
Most Sunset Grill locations across Ontario now offer delivery services, with more expected to be onboard in the coming days.
Customers wanting Sunset Grill’s all-day breakfast can place their orders on ubereats.com, doordash.com, or through the Uber Eats and Doordash mobile apps. To promote a safer delivery experience, all orders are left at the customer’s door.
Customers are encouraged to use Sunset Grill’s website to find the nearest participating location. Operating hours will vary by location; however, the chain has recommended franchise partners consider temporarily extending hours to offer breakfast for dinner.
The launch of delivery was in response to the slowdown of in-restaurant dining due to the COVID-19 global pandemic which has hurt the foodservice industry.
Sunset Grill was quick to respond to the changing landscape of the restaurant sector by putting the safety of staff and guests first with the announcement of extra sanitization measures and the voluntary closure of dining rooms.
As part of ongoing health and safety measures, franchise partners have also been instructed to:
- Screen staff before they enter the restaurant (all staff will have their temperature taken before their shift to ensure safety);
- Staff are not permitted to work if they do not feel well for any reason;
- Practice safe social distancing; and
- Follow the strictest hygiene protocol.
“The health and safety of our guests and team members continues to be our highest priority,” said Stelios Lazos, COO of Sunset Grill Restaurants Ltd. “We are following the recommendations of government and public health authorities.”
The chain continues to offer call ahead and pick-up takeout services at participating locations with payment being accepted at the door.