Pick-up Protocol: How To Order Weber’s Food at Discounted Prices

. March 18, 2020.

$1 oysters. A 32oz bag of carrots for less than a dollar. $12 New York Strips. Does it sound too good to be true? 

It isn’t. 

Weber’s Restaurant is making sure you don’t go without your culinary favorites during this time of social distancing.

Every morning the restaurant takes inventory and posts a new order guide to their website around noon. Once you’ve chosen what you’d like from the guide, email the order to info@webersannarbor.com to receive further payment instructions. 

This ordering system is on a first-come-first-serve basis, and you can pick up your tasty selections the following day between 3pm and 7pm. 

Weber’s Boutique Hotel & Restaurant, 3050 Jackson Rd. 734-769-2500. webersannarbor.com

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