The Yard: Still Doing What They Love

By Angelica Eranovic

Image courtesy of The Yard.

With the support of the community and their loyal employees, The Yard is up and running despite some of the difficulties created by the COVID19 situation. Although they have had to limit store hours and restructure certain aspects of the business, The Yard has still maintained their affordable prices and larger portions, in addition to offering some newer promotions.

Free slices are offered every Tuesday with the purchase of any slice, and their menu also includes party-saver options and family-saver options. Customers can also get the chance to win a free pie for pick-up by entering their weekly raffle. All you have to do to enter is share your creations using their DIY personal pie kits and tag #DIYardpie. DIY kits are available for $4 by ordering via phone or Seamless/Grubhub. However, as we may have already mentioned it helps our local businesses immensely by ordering directly from the restaurant.

Image courtesy of The Yard.

Should COVID19 become a long term event, The Yard will continue to make whatever accommodations necessary to remain doing what they love and serving the community. The safety and morale of their employees is important as well, and guard barriers and signs have already been added to make them feel more secure. Employees are also welcome to take pies and extra slices home should they need.

“The Yard has always supported its employees and strives to make sure they know that they are valued. During this time we have tried to emphasize that.” The family at the Yard is so grateful for the continued positive feedback and appreciation they have received during this difficult time. Their hope is that we can continue to support each other until the storm is over, that we continue to remain safe and healthy, and look forward to the better days ahead.

Image courtesy of The Yard.

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