The Loop starts curbside service, promotes carryout and delivery

The Loop has always been a neighborhood place, dedicated to serving its communities. The fast-casual brand made that official with its LoopLove in Action movement, which aims to help however they can, whenever they can.

Now is a time of action.

In response to the crisis around COVID-19, or coronavirus, The Loop has changed its policies to help keep customers safe and healthy.

The restaurants will add temporary curbside delivery starting now at all locations. Guests can call their order in, pay by phone, and call again when they arrive to their local Loop. The Loop staff will deliver food to their vehicle.

The Loop also offers delivery via Uber Eats, DoorDash and Bite Squad. Additionally, customers are encouraged to carry out, and in accordance with state mandate, the restaurant has limited seating and followed social spacing guidelines for dine-in guests.

Customers should visit to find their nearest Loop.

“We love our communities,” said Mike Schneider, The Loop’s co-founder and president. “We’re all feeling the effects of the global crisis, and now more than ever is a time to pull together and do what we can to help each other.”

The Loop is a fast-casual restaurant with an almost-four-decade history of serving the First Coast area. It has 16 locations in two states. For more information, visit

About The Loop
The Loop Pizza Grill is a neighborhood fast-casual restaurant that offers the quality and atmosphere of a full-service dining establishment. As a pioneer of the fast-casual segment for over 39 years, The Loop Pizza Grill was one of the first restaurants to offer a variety of made-to-order fresh foods in an upscale environment. The Loop serves a variety of signature pizzas, burgers, salads, grilled sandwiches and hand-dipped milkshakes, and is open for lunch and dinner daily. Based in Jacksonville, Fla., The Loop Pizza Grill was founded by Mike and Terry Schneider in 1981 as a 60-seat restaurant. Today there are 16 locations in two states. For more information, visit