Before COVID-19 forced everyone to quarantine and stores to close, it seemed like the shopping centers in Newtown, Pa were full speed on building new restaurants and adding stores. Solstice at Village at Newtown was one of those new restaurants in the area.

Even with such little time since it went into business, Soltice at the Village at Newtown was forced to temporarily close because of the coronavirus. BucksLocalNews.com recently reported that Solstice will be reopening but with limited hours and a limited menu.

According to BucksLocalNews.com, the Newtown restaurant will reopen its doors Wednesday, April 22. They will only be providing delivery and curbside service. It was also mentioned that they will have limited hours from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

BucksLocalNews.com shared that the menu is really designed for take-out. So make sure you check out the new temporary menu before you get excited to order something that's probably not on this menu. Some of the items on the limited menu include Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, Vegan Carrot Spaghetti,  Country Cauliflower & Cheese, and Hand-Cut Fries. The rest of the menu can be found on Solstice's site.

To make this even better, Solstice has started a GoFundMe Page, where all proceeds will be for meals that will be donated to frontline workers and first responders in Bucks County, according to BucksLocalNews.com.

Let's continue to support local businesses.