Marsala’s Italian Grill, in both Huffman and Humble, is working hard to ensure the local community is well-fed with delicious meals as the coronavirus has forced Harris County restaurants to cease onsite dining. They have been a local favorite for 20 years in the community, and they are locally owned by prominent community members Isaac Rodriguez and Teresa Guzman.
“During this time, when the community is in need of good food and a welcoming spirit, we are doing everything we can to keep up with production, increasing our usual cleaning practices, and still cooking delicious entrees. We are even offering all team members electronics disinfectant to ensure that when they pick up their phones to communicate with family members, that their devices allow them to be extra safe,” said Rodriguez. “Every single touch point is being cleaned and sanitized to ensure team member and overall public safety.”
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo issued a countywide order Monday, March 16 that is affecting tens of thousands of restaurants and other establishments. Per the order, bars and clubs in Harris County should shut down and restaurants are only permitted to offer drive-through service, delivery and/or curbside pickup options.
Marsala’s is planning on maintaining normal business hours for as long as possible. They continue to offer delivery service and family meals. Their family meals feed four people for $30 or 12 people for $75.
This Italian eatery has a long history of service within the community servicing residents around the area, inclusive of Humble, Atascocita, Kingwood, Dayton, Crosby, Huffman and more.
“Our family and team members are no strangers to the challenges and fears of natural disaster and devastation. Rest assured we are here to be pillars within the community. Houston will continue to be a great place to reside, live and work. Be sure to support your local businesses, delivery services and individuals. Together we will get through this difficult time. #HoustonStrong,” concluded Rodriguez.