Ah, the Costco food court — it may be the hallowed home of $1 hot dogs and bargain-basement pizza slices, but it has also had to make some controversial changes lately in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are three reasons why people love Costco: 1) the bulk items of snacks, food, and other general goods, 2) free samples and 3) the food court.Costco is the place to buy everything you need and be able to save money. Big Change Is Coming to the Costco Food Court Next Month By jeanclaudebmoc / February 21, 2020 If you’re one of those people who enjoys the deliciously cheap offerings in the Costco food court, the retailer is making a big change … Costco changes its food court policy: You gotta be a member The big-box chain will require a $60 membership for access to the cheap eats. Costco is changing its food court menu. It doesn't seem to be on the menu during the pandemic, though, which is a true shame. Our favourite members-only warehouse store, located at 605 Expo Boulevard, is the only Costco Food Court in Canada where you don’t need to be a member to get some grub. Shoppers could no longer dine in at the food court or enjoy free samples of food throughout the store. With social distancing measures in place, Costco has had to make significant changes to the shopping experience. Some locations limited the number of people allowed inside, meaning shoppers might have to wait … Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, Costco has had to make some big changes in recent months, and they stopped serving some of our favorite food court items, including pizza by the slice. Clearly … Polish hot dogs and chocolate ice cream are out, and healthier options like the meatless Al Pastor Salad and açai fruit bowls are in. During Costco’s most recent quarterly earnings call, the company announced a number of changes happening this month. Everyone knows that Costco has an amazing food court, with its fast food, like hot dogs, pizza slices and ice … If you're not a pizza fan, this sandwich was always a safe bet at the Costco food court. Sadly, one of those changes was closing down the wholesaler's popular food courts altogether, but … The $1.50 hot dog and soda combo remains, but there's no way of knowing what's next on the chopping block. If you didn’t know already, the Costco Food Court in Downtown Vancouver has some outrageously cheap and delicious eats. According to the store's updated safety measures, Costco food courts are now open for takeout only with a limited menu. Costco has been keeping up-to-date with the COVID-19 pandemic and has continued to adjust its store policies as necessary.