Max & Louie’s New York Diner food is the first local restaurant to be partnered with H-E-B during the Coronavirus pandemic
H-E-B has brought their signature soup and other freshly prepared foods from the popular Jewish deli off of Bitters Road into its stores as part of a pilot program to help restaurants during the coronavirus crisis.
Max & Louie’s and their famous Matzo ball soup is the first restaurant fast-tracked into H-E-B stores during the crisis, said Dya Campos, H-E-B’s director of government and public affairs and more are on the way, including Rosario’s Mexican Cafe Y Cantina in San Antonio, and San Antonio chef Johnny Hernandez’s tortillas and tortilla chips, Campos said.
All proceeds from the sales go directly to the restaurants, and H-E-B is helping them navigate the maze of regulations and labeling requirements to expedite the process.
Max & Louie’s is available at these H-E-B locations:
Alon Market, 10003 NW Military Highway
Blanco Road and Loop 1604, 1150 North Loop 1604 W.
Brook Hollow, 15000 San Pedro Ave.
Alamo Ranch, 12125 Alamo Ranch Pkwy.
Bandera Road and Loop 1604, 9238 N. Loop 1604 W.