Foodies rejoice: Take-out options abound in Durango and beyond

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Foodies rejoice: Take-out options abound in Durango and beyond

Shane Benjamin, deputy editor at The Durango Herald, picks up his order of duck confit from Scott Wells, floor manager/lead front of house, at Seasons Rotisserie & Grill.
Duck confit from Seasons Rotisserie & Grill must be seared and heated at home.
Potatoes and carrots from Seasons Rotisserie & Grill must be heated at home.
The Mancos Brewing Co. offers canned beer to-go now – a “Limited Edition Shelter in Place” beer. The take-out teriyaki bowl has been a popular option, Hands said.
Employees at Tacos Nayarit prepare to-go orders for customers.
A conveyor belt from Ska Fab is used to move food from worker to customer at Ska Brewing World Headquarters and The Container of Food, which is offering curbside to-go service during the coronavirus shutdown.

Foodies rejoice: Take-out options abound in Durango and beyond

Shane Benjamin, deputy editor at The Durango Herald, picks up his order of duck confit from Scott Wells, floor manager/lead front of house, at Seasons Rotisserie & Grill.
Duck confit from Seasons Rotisserie & Grill must be seared and heated at home.
Potatoes and carrots from Seasons Rotisserie & Grill must be heated at home.
The Mancos Brewing Co. offers canned beer to-go now – a “Limited Edition Shelter in Place” beer. The take-out teriyaki bowl has been a popular option, Hands said.
Employees at Tacos Nayarit prepare to-go orders for customers.
A conveyor belt from Ska Fab is used to move food from worker to customer at Ska Brewing World Headquarters and The Container of Food, which is offering curbside to-go service during the coronavirus shutdown.
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