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West St. Paul restaurant offers a discount for anyone who dines in

Restaurants were allowed to open for indoor service on June 10.

As restaurants open for dine-in for the first time in months, one West St. Paul eatery is giving customers a discount just for coming in.

Beirut Restaurant announced on Facebook Monday that it would give customers a 10 percent discount just for dining in. The promotion will last a month, but it could be extended.

It comes as the remains reticence among some Minnesotans about going to restaurants again following the loosening of the Stay Safe restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beirut has been offering curbside pickup since the initial shutdown of dine-in service in mid-March.

Following a lift of the state’s Stay at Home order, restaurants were eventually allowed to open for patio service on June 1 and for indoor service on June 10, at partial capacity.

Beirut also noted it would provide masks, gloves and cleaning supplies to help customers feel safer. The restaurant encouraged customers to put their discount toward a tip for servers. 

Beirut has been serving authentic Lebanese food since 1984, and can be found at 1385 S. Robert Street.

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