Brooks’ Sandwich House to reopen after monthlong closure due to COVID-19

Brooks’ Sandwich House to reopen after monthlong closure due to COVID-19
A mural honoring Scott Brooks adorns the wall of the sandwich shop he was the co-owner of.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Restaurants are allowed to do pick up and deliveries during the coronavirus pandemic, but some closed to be on the safe side.

One of them was Brooks’ Sandwich House in NoDa, but the family-owned restaurant announced it will reopen a month after it shut down due to COVID-19.

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On Instagram, the shop said it will reopen on May 4, but there will be some changes.

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It said it will install a microphone to place orders, similar to a drive-thru. This will allow for social distancing.

The store closed in late-March because of the virus. It had just reopened following the murder of co-owner Scott Brooks in December.

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