Going out to dinner is definitely different now but it’s all about safety in the age of COVID-19.
Making guests feel comfortable, keeping employees and customers safe and supporting small businesses take all of us doing our part. Local restaurants are open and ready to serve you and many are participating in the City of Alpine’s Restaurant Safety Program.
The safety measures, like 6-foot spacing between tables, pumps of hand sanitizer, disposable menus, and masks for customers and employees, in this program were established following guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Texas Restaurant Association. Restaurants, food trucks and coffee shops have successfully completed the checklist and committed to operating under these recommendations. Click here to see the complete Restaurant Safety Pledge.
The participating businesses below are committing to provide at least this level of security for all of their customers. Look for the green Alpine Restaurant Safety Pledge badge at our participating restaurants.
215 E Holland Ave
Coffee, teas, ice cream
Cow Dog Hot Dogs
215 E Holland Ave
Hotdogs with more fixin’s than you can imagine and vegetarian options too
300 E Holland Ave
Late night authentic Mexican food
202 W Holland Ave
Pizza, pasta and sandwiches
The Century Bar & Grill
209 W Holland Ave
Upscale modern American cuisine
301 E Holland Ave
Burgers, sandwiches, fries and snacks
801 N 5th St
Fresh donuts, kolaches and breakfast sandwiches
602 E Holland Ave
Burgers, hotdogs, ice cream and “Good” ice
The Good Stuff Truck
301 E Holland, Alpine, TX
Sandwiches, wraps, salads and loaded teas
1104 E Avenue H
Homemade Mexican food
203 N 5th Street
Southwestern food from steaks to Creole and Southern dishes
Maria’s Food Truck
American Legion parking lot on Avenue E
Burritos, burgers, tacos, tortas and more traditional Mexican food
NOTE: The Alpine Safety Pledge programs are a commitment by the participating businesses to adhere to a set of policies. Each business is responsible for its own management and oversight of these policies. Regardless of policy, it is impossible to guarantee any specific health outcomes for individual customers.