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Taste of local venues offering lockdown takeaway

Posted: 11am 30 Jun 2021

With the latest COVID-19 lockdown extended by 24 hours across the Moreton Bay Region and Brisbane, our local hospitality venues need support more than ever.

They've once again shown how nimble they are, with many offering takeaway and delivery - and Friday's the perfect chance to put your feet up and let someone else do the cooking.

Your support means our local food businesses can keep their staff employed and contribute to our economy.

Here’s a taste of who’s open across the latest lockdown:

There are many others also offering takeaway or delivery.

To find venues near you, head to the What’s on the Menu Facebook page or phone your favourite restaurant or café to check.

To add your business to this list, email tourism@mbrit.com.au.

Stay up to date with all the latest COVID-19 news here.

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