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Four Reasons To Support Locally-Owned Restaurants

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit many small, local restaurants pretty hard. Mandated closures, or at a minimum, occupancy limitations, have left many restaurants having to lay off staff or even close their doors because there isn’t enough business to cover costs. Fortunately, at Grill Hall Churrascaria in Maple Grove, we are proud to say that we just celebrated our one year anniversary and we couldn’t have done it without loyal patrons like you. In today’s post, we’d like to explore just a few of the reasons why it's so important that you continue to support locally-owned businesses. Keep reading to learn more.

You’re Supporting Your Friends and Neighbors

When you support locally-owned establishments, you aren’t just giving your money to a nameless organization, you’re helping to fund the dreams of your friends and neighbors. Even if you don’t know the owner or any of the employees personally, chances are, you have a lot in common with them. Maybe your kids attend the same school, or they live down the block from you. Whatever the case, most people would rather give their money to someone who lives in their community than to a far-away stranger.

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More Likely To Be Rated Highly

Many locally-owned restaurants often have higher ratings than their large, chain-restaurant counterparts. This is because small business owners care about what they do and go out of their way to provide the best possible experience for their customers. It’s likely that the owner of a restaurant spends a significant amount of time learning what their patrons like, fixing problems that need to be addressed, and finding ways to continuously improve.

Support the Local Economy

Why you go to a local restaurant, you’re putting money back into your community and neighborhood. Although a large franchise may still employ members of the community, a significant portion of the profits goes back to the corporate office or toward investing in other ventures that are likely not going to benefit your community.

Promote Cultural Diversity

A world without cultural diversity would be truly boring, and therefore, if you enjoy trying new foods and learning about different cultures, the best thing you can do is support locally-owned restaurants like Grill Hall Churrascaria. Our dream is to share our Brazilian heritage and love of good food with our friends and neighbors. We hope you enjoy our churrascaria as much as we love cooking it for you.

Support a Locally-Owned Restaurant — Visit Grill Hall Churrascaria in Maple Grove

The past six months have been a challenge, but we continue to thrive with the help of the support of our loyal customers. If you’ve never tried Grill Hall Churrascaria, we would love to meet you and show you what good food and great hospitality is all about. We look forward to serving you!