Culver’s is adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic while offering fresh, non-meat meals ideal for Lent.

The restaurant, which has a North Central location, began providing a drive-thru-only model when the pandemic first began. This change involved adding lanes to accommodate more traffic, addressing increased call volume for carry-out orders and designating team members to walk through the lines with their tablets in hand to take orders from customers in vehicles.

As dining rooms in restaurants have gradually reopened, Culver’s is still making safety its top priority, including by providing more space between tables and decreasing dining room capacity. It also requires daily wellness checks for its employees and frequently sanitizes its restaurants.

Culver’s offers a North Atlantic Cod sandwich or dinner year-round, featuring cod that is wild-caught in the cold Arctic waters of the Barents Sea, then hand-battered in its recipe of herbs and spices, fried after you place your order. Try it with Culver’s family-recipe tartar sauce.

Check out Culver’s Butterfly Jumbo Shrimp Value basket or dinner. You will be able to feast on six pieces of lightly breaded shrimp with a side dish and soft drink in the value basket. Or pick a six-piece or 10-piece dinner paired with Culver’s famous Crinkle Cut Fries, coleslaw and a dinner roll.

There is a Culver’s at 825 E. Camelback Road. To learn more, visit




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