While it's not quite the opening they may have anticipated, Quaker Steak & Lube's Bensalem location will officially begin serving food on Monday (May 11).

The restaurant was scheduled to open this spring, but its opening was delayed by the COVID-19 outbreak.

"We are excited to announce that starting on Monday 5/11/20 our Bensalem Pa location will be open for take out with a limited menu," they wrote on Facebook Friday afternoon. "We want to thank you for all your patience and understanding and we can’t wait to serve you."

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The Bensalem location marks the chain's first restaurant in the Philadelphia metro area. It's located at 2900 Street Road, in the space formerly known as The Pub 2900.

While patrons will have to wait a bit longer to experience dining in the 10,000 square foot location, at least this is a start.

Quaker Steak & Lube's name, of course, is a play on the motor oil product Quaker Steak. So, yes, both the interior and exterior of their restaurants are designed like an auto shop. The chain is best known for their wings. Check out their full menu by clicking here.

Restaurant officials say they'll be sharing more details about their take out offerings soon. Click here to visit their Facebook page for more information. 

Quaker Steak & Lube's franchise location in Brick, NJ recently announced they would not re-open after the COVID-19 outbreak, our sister station WOBM-FM reports. That location, which was operated by Doherty Enterprises, first opened in 2012.

The chain currently operates more than 40 locations across the country, according to their website.