Meson Sandwiches, a restaurant chain with locations throughout the Orlando area, established its new Drive-In service to provide its customers a safe, convenient and easy way to receive and pay for their order while remaining in their vehicle. The service complements Meson’s other service offerings including traditional drive-thru and its dining rooms, which are closed until further notice.
Upon arrival at the restaurant, customers wanting to take advantage of the new service, will park in one of the spaces reserved for Drive-In, access the menu through a link (http://mesonsandwiches.com/our-menu/), and order by calling the number listed at the parking space. A waiter will bring the necessary equipment for debit or credit card payment and safely deliver the order completely sealed to the vehicle.
“At Meson Sandwiches, we have not stopped adapting to new service modalities. With the Drive-In option, we present our customers a safe and convenient way to order their favorite sandwiches or coffee,” stated Felipe Pérez-Grajales, president of the family-owned restaurant chain.
The company, established in 1972, has also increased internal safety protocols. All employees have their temperatures checked daily and are provided with protective equipment, such as face masks and gloves.
“During this new phase we will continue to evaluate the current situation and the response of new protocols for future reopening of dining rooms in our restaurants,” added Pérez-Grajales.
The Drive-In service is available at two of Meson Sandwiches’ Florida locations, Kissimmee and Lee Vista, Florida.