Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Max’s Group Says ‘Hello Again’ In Time For Holy Week 2020

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After a short pause in restaurant operations, Max’s Group, Inc. (MGI), the country’s largest casual dining organization, has announced the re-opening of several of its best-loved brands for delivery and take-out in time for Holy Week.

Returning to action as of April 5, Sunday, are Max’s Restaurant, Yellow Cab Pizza Co., Pancake House, Teriyaki Boy, Sizzlin’ Steak, and Dencio’s. Only select areas will be served for the time being, with limited operating hours and menu offerings across all brands. Consumers are assured that operations will be available even throughout Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Black Saturday, and Easter Sunday. Pre-orders are highly encouraged for prioritization.

The Group invites fans to visit www.maxsgroupdelivers.com/openstores to check for available stores near them, as well as direct numbers they can use to call them directly. Delivery can also be placed through food aggregator partners GrabFood and foodpanda.

Sweet treat icon Krispy Kreme will likewise resume delivery service next Monday, April 13, with preorders starting on April 7th.

Meanwhile, customers who wish to support medical frontliners through the #PledgeAPlateWithMGI initiative can continue to do so at www.maxsgroupdelivers.com/pledge.

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