These York County restaurants and stores have announced changes and workarounds during the coronavirus shutdown.

Gov. Tom Wolf ordered that all restaurants and bars in Pennsylvania halt dine-in service for two weeks beginning Tuesday.

Grocery stores:

  • Giant is cutting hours at its grocery stores and is limiting customers to two items for certain products, including paper goods and disinfectant products.

All stores will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. starting Thursday. The change will give employees more time to clean and restock shelves during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a company news release.

Also, since older people are more at risk to the virus, Giant stores will serve only customers 60 and older between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. every day starting Thursday.

  • Dollar General will be giving priority to seniors and at risk groups to shop in the first hour of operation each day. Stores also plan to close an hour earlier each day.


Local eateries have changed their hours and are providing various services during this time.

  • Subway restaurant locations open for delivery and carry-out from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. : 351 Loucks Road/Route 30, 2516 Eastern Blvd., 930 S. Richland Ave., 3131 Cape Horn Road, 180 Leaders Heights Road 2801 E. Market St./Walmart. 
  • Starting Wednesday, Leg Up Farmers Market's deli will offer only call-in and grab-and-go service. Call 717-893-5998 and ask for deli to place an order.

The market's coffee and juice bar will be shutting down temporarily. Inside seating areas will be off-limits for the time being.

  • Isaac's Restaurants will be open for take-out from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Call into the restaurant or order online.
  • Denny's Restaurants will be open for take-out/free delivery through Monday, March 30. 
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