With social distancing rules in place, many cities have forced restaurants to switch to serving customers via take-out and delivery options.
Since necessity is the mother of invention, one strip club in Portland figured out how to keep the business humming while continuing to pay its staff.
— Lucky Devil Lounge (@LuckyDevil_PDX) March 18, 2020
Lucky Devil Lounge started curbside takeaway, with the kitchen preparing meals and the dancers delivering the dishes to patrons waiting outside.
Jokingly, owner Shon Boulden called the service “Boober Eats,” a play on Uber Eats, a name that seems to have stuck after he announced it on Facebook.
How many of the dining establishments in your neighborhood are open for business? How are they making things work during the pandemic?