Terrytown Steakhouse could close doors due to COVID-19 concerns

Since the virus has started, Owner Tammy Relka states that their business has dropped 90%. Relka says they are taking extra precautions for people to feel comfortable eating in their establishment. (Brian Sherrod, KNEP)
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TERRYTOWN, Neb. The Sizzlin Sirloin is another Panhandle business that states with their sales decreasing because of COVID-19 concerns, they could potentially close their doors.

Since the virus has started, Owner Tammy Relka states that their business has dropped 90%.

The potential closure is especially hard for these Owners because of their one year anniversary approaching.

Since the virus, staff has taken extra precautions to keep everyone safe and everything clean.

Staff keeps all of their tables six feet apart or more, they offer a separate room with even more table space, all staff keeps their hands, tables, chairs, silverware cleaned and sanitized and all cooks are required to wear gloves.

The Sizzlin Sirloin continues to offer dine-in and carryout options.

The Restaurant is now offering a curbside and delivery option Monday through Friday from 11:00am to 1:00pm and all of the above stated services on Tuesday through Saturday from 3:00pm to 9:00pm.

Relka said it’s not just about her business needing help; it’s about every small business in the Panhandle needing the support of the community.

“With me, it’s not about the Sizzlin Sirloin,” said Relka. “It’s about Bianco and Company. It’s about Platte Valley Vac and Sew. It’s about every small business in the area. They need your support. Not only I do but everyone does.”

As of now until further notice, they have canceled their Sunday buffets.