Burgerville is suspending dine-in service during the COVID-19 outbreak, the company announced on Friday. The restaurants will shift to drive-thru and home delivery only.
Beginning Monday, Burgerville also will eliminate breakfast and adjust hours.
Burgerville will continue paying all employees scheduled through March 22 at half-pay if their hours are impacted.
“We care deeply about our employees, who rely on their jobs, the farmers and ranchers who provide our local ingredients, and our fans who love our food,” Burgerville CEO Jill Taylor said in a press release. “Temporarily closing in-store seating is our way of practicing social distancing.”
Home delivery will be provided by DoorDash.