The Macintosh is open again for limited dine-in seating and still providing curbside to-go service for customers.

This restaurant at 2119 E. Camelback Road is taking additional safety measures to try to protect the health of customers and employees because of COVID-19. It has enhanced its sanitization process and all its employees must wear masks. The tables are spaced to be at least 6 feet apart.

Guests may order the entire menu, which features shareable plates, salads, hand-held dishes and entrees with diverse, American classics. Some of the “shareables” include Common Ground Brussels, which are Brussels Sprouts charred with candied bacon, garlic and balsamic reduction; bacon mac ‘n’ cheese and ahi poke lettuce wraps. The Macintosh offers a variety of main dishes including Southern shrimp and grits, Scottish salmon and risotto, blackened redfish, NOLA red beans and rice and braised short ribs.

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