As New York City residents begin thinking about returning to the old routine, many companies are coming up with ways to start the return-to-work process on the right foot.
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Uplifting news came from Mayor DeBlasio this week as he announced "Phase 1" reopening for curbside and in-store retail pickup, and non-essential construction and manufacturing, can resume on June 8, 2020.
Memorial Day Weekend 2020 brings a new batch of local spots opening for takeout and delivery, with temporary hours and limited menus, as we continue to shelter at home (*sigh*). Here are some highlights we've added to our updated list - it's getting big!
More local spots re-opened this week, offering takeout and delivery, in new and creative ways. Many are making tentative plans as they look towards full reopening, with new guidelines and safety procedures in place, when DeBlasio and Cuomo give...
Here's our updated list of local spots offering pickup and delivery, plus some highlights featuring new openings, options and special events. First, some highlights:
- Factory Tamal is back open for pickup and delivery at 34 Ludlow Street, 9am - 7:30pm: 917-691-5524 (their E. 4th location is...
It's been about a month since Gov. Andrew Cuomo shut down nonessential businesses, but then failed to include bike shops on the original list of essential workplaces that could stay open. Bike shops were soon added after an outcry from bicycle advocates. Since then, bike shops have been a crucial resource to the city's two-wheeled commuters, some who cycle to avoid riding subways.
Here's an update on local spots that are open for pick-up and delivery. We're also highlighting how some local shops, venues and organizations are staying creative, by adapting their offerings to suit our current "on-line-only" reality:
We're starting a list of places staying open for takeout and delivery. Our local spots are suffering and need your support more than ever. Many of the restaurants are offering discounted prices for takeout (to avoid delivery fees). Most of the restaurants are posting updates on Instagram. Many of the delivery services are now offering "no-contact delivery," allowing for instructions on where to leave the order upon delivery.