Take-out, curbside and delivery options available
Westborough – Like so many restaurants throughout the region, Arturo’s Ristorante has had to adapt to a mandate from Gov. Charlie Baker that if they stay open, they may only offer take out and delivery until April 6. The governor issued the mandate as a way to try to halt the growing COVID-19 pandemic in the Bay State.
As a result, Arturo’s is offering delivery of lunch and dinner to Westborough and Southborough residents and businesses for a $6 fee and a $35 food minimum. On their website they noted, that the “$6 delivery fee will go directly to the drivers (servers, bussers, line cooks).” Unfortunately due to the mandate, they also had to lay off 35 other restaurant employees.
Take out and curbside service is also available. Visit www.arturosristorante.com to review the menu and then call 508-366-1881.
Arturo’s has also partnered with DoorDash for a 25 percent commission. On a Facebook post the restaurant noted that Door Dash has a larger delivery range than what they can offer; they are also hoping to soon work with Grub Hub and Uber Eats as well. ,