With the stay-at-home order extended until future notice, more restaurants are coming forward to help feed and support local industry communities, including first responders to hospitality workers. Downtown’s Hard Rock Hotel San Diego is the latest to launch an initiative at Maryjane’s, its all-day restaurant that is currently still open for takeout. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, April 6, the eatery is giving away to-go meals to any uniformed first responders including SDPD, San Diego Fire-Rescue, and San Diego-area paramedics. Eligible persons should call Maryjane’s at (619) 764-6947 and identify themselves as a first responder when placing orders.
The restaurant is also giving back to both the general hospitality and medical industries with a special menu that features burgers, salads, breakfast items and more for just $5. Offered throughout the month of April, the deal requires proof of employment in either industry (pay stub, business card, etc.).
Maryjane’s is also doing its part to encourage diners to patronize other area restaurants that are still doing takeout and delivery. Through the month of April, order food from any restaurant within the 92101 zip code and bring your receipt into the Hard Rock within 48 hours of purchase to receive a free milkshake from the diner.