Al Biernat’s Reveals New Menu Along with Grocery Items and Meal Planning for Diners at Home

Dallas restaurant Al Biernat’s is learning to pivot in light of growing concerns about COVID-19, Coronavirus, and is coming up with creative ways to continue serving their loyal customers. The team at Al’s has rolled out a new menu for curbside and delivery service options, as well as grocery items and meal planning services for the community during this time.

Herb Roasted Chicken (Lunch)

The new menu is available at both the Oak Lawn and North restaurant locations, with slight menu variations between the two locations. Al’s has put together lunch, dinner, dessert and kid’s menus that the whole family can enjoy! Along with the food menus, there’s an impressive wine list and beer to go. You can also order from their “liquor store” Al’s Top Shelf Reposado Margarita’s, Tito’s Grapefruit Sip “Shelter in Place,” Eagle Rare Barrel Aged Old Fashioned, and Momma’s Ranch Water.

For grocery items, skip the store and head to Al Biernat’s. While many grocery store shelves are bare, Al Biernat’s is stocked up with high-quality meats. Their new meat market includes dozens of options: locally-sourced beef such as dry aged cowboy cut ribeye and strip steak, chicken breasts, a seafood selection of Atlantic salmon, ahi tuna, Chilean sea bass, and more. All meat orders come with Chef’s special marinade and instructions on how to cook it at home.

Shrimp and Grits (Lunch)

The new menu also features a list of family style sides like spinach, creamed corn, mushroom risotto, and au gratin potatoes to pair with your meats. Al’s will also release a separate weekly list of grocery and household items that can be picked up or delivered.

Another service that Al Biernat’s has decided to extend at this time is meal planning. The perfect tool for families looking to plan ahead their meals for the week! It’s simple… fill out the “Weekly Meal Planner” form and mark the food selections wanted for each day of the week. Choose from a wide variety of Al’s favorite appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, and desserts. If you want to skip a course or a day, just leave that square blank. The family sized meals are portioned for 4 and can be picked up or delivered straight to your door.

Please note that there must be a minimum of three days per order and it will take 24 hours’ notice to prepare.

“We are here to provide delicious food to you and your families during this unprecedented time. There is always a little comfort in a well-prepared meal, and we look forward to getting back to socializing and celebrating life in our dining room soon,” shared Brad Fuller, Director of Operations at Al Biernat’s.

To order from the curbside/delivery menu, meat market, or for help meal planning, call Al Biernat’s Oak Lawn at 214-219-2201 or Al Biernat’s North at 972-239-3400.

Calls are taken starting at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Both restaurant locations are open from 11:00 a.m. -9:00 p.m. Tuesday- Saturday, and closed Sunday and Monday.

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The staff at Al Biernat’s will personally deliver food to you within a 3.5-mile radius for free of charge, or staff can bring orders right to your vehicle for pickup outside the restaurant.

For grocery or household items, Al Biernat’s staff can deliver them within a 2-mile radius or within the 3.5-mile radius if purchased with food.
There is a $30 minimum for only grocery or household items to be delivered.

Online menu orders are also available through UberEats and Caviar Services. These are third party services and may not have the same safety protocol as Al Biernat’s.

Since June 1998, Al Biernat’s has been a Dallas dining institution. Biernat’s strong familybusiness philosophy has created a personal and loyal staff, with some members being employed since the opening. The further equation that has made Al Biernat’s an elite steakhouse is the quality of prime aged steaks and fresh seafood, the personalized service, and the impeccable wine list.


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