“We are working diligently to get our online ordering platform up and going, but in the meantime, this will be protocol for order,” Rohan said.
Specials for the remainder of the week are Pork Chop & Dressing (Wednesday), New England Dinner (Thursday) Hand-Breaded Cod (Friday), BBQ Rib & Chicken Platter (Saturday) and Fried Chicken (Sunday).
A single-serving special includes two sides and one piece of pie and costs $12.99. A Family Meal feeds four for $40 and includes four featured entrees, two 16-ounce containers for sides and four pieces of pie.
A new menu will be offered every week, Rohan said.
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Available each day are the restaurant’s Roast Beef Special, Hydewinders, Soup Beans, Potatoes & Ham, Homestyle Burgers, Double Decker, Grilled Cheese, Grilled Ham & Cheese, Steak Hoagie, Toni’s Hoagie, Chicken Strip Dinner, Chef Salad, BLT Salad and Club Salad.
Hyde’s opened in August 1946 when brothers Jim and Lloyd “Hub” Hyde purchased an ice cream shop, then expanded in size and broadened its menu. Ownership passed to Hub Hyde’s son, Mick, and then to Mick’s daughters, Amy Klaiber and Ashley Tuley.
Hyde’s initially offered carry-out service following Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s March 15 order for all restaurants to temporarily shut down dine-in service, but the restaurant halted the curbside option March 19.
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