April 5, 2020
Hello, friends. We hope you are all safe, healthy, eating well, and feeling strong. If you missed our post from last week, we published a round-up of customers who are still operating in some capacity, whether that means selling groceries or cooking up food for takeout and delivery. We’re sorry we couldn’t highlight everyone—but we’re back with a bunch more amazing eateries working to keep all of us fed and healthy. Read on…
Cafe Viva Gourmet Pizza—your one-stop shop for vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free pizza, and pasta—is now open from 11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. seven days a week. They’re offering pick-up and delivery as well as 20% off on your first order if placed via their website.
Are you a fan of Dry Goods Refillery, a zero-waste, package-free pantry selling bulk grocery items for refill? If so, they’re offering no-touch curbside pick-up on Saturdays from 1-3 p.m. All orders must be placed online and will close for the week as soon as they reach capacity.
Provenance Meals is offering no-contact delivery right to your door–and 20% off your program with the code STAYHEALTHY. Check out their organic meal delivery programs, which include plant-based detoxes, mini cleanses, clean meals, and more.
Betty Bakery in Brooklyn offers “classic confections with a modern twist” and this remains true even today. Use Seamless, DoorDash, or place an order for future pick-up through their website. Alternately, you can just pick up the phone: (718) 246-2402 ext. 3. Enjoy!
Skinny Buddha Organic Kitchen is open Mon-Fri 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sat & Sun 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Order on their app or website, give them a call, or swing by and pick up the food yourself! They are also posting handy videos on their YouTube channel, ranging from how to cut an onion to boxing workouts!
Happy Bowls is a woman-owned business and they said it best themselves: “No matter what the new normal is, a Happy Bowl is always there for you.” NYC patrons can order online via Postmates, Uber Eats, Grubhub, Caviar, Seamless, and DoorDash.
The Blind Bat Brewery Bistro and Takeaway is offering takeout as well as curbside delivery during their normal hours: Thursday & Friday 12 p.m.-9 p.m., Saturday 1 p.m.-9 p.m. and Sun 1 p.m.-9 p.m. They ask that you allow at least 30 minutes for any food order!
Organic Corner is offering walk-in, curbside pick-up, or no-contact delivery right to your front door if you’re craving their 100% organic smoothies, fresh juices, homemade açaí bowls, tonics, and plant-based food. Their new hours are Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Call to place your order: (516) 798-5670.
New Jersey-based café Planted Eats is helping their community by delivering their organic, local, fresh, creative, plant-based fare to hospital workers and local families in need. Last week, this included delivering trays of organic jackfruit to the Respiratory Department of Hoboken University Medical Center! Help support the effort by contributing to their GoFundMe.
P.S. Kitchen is not open right now but they are opening their kitchen to prepare boxed meals for NYC’s healthcare heroes. Their goal is to create 1,000 meals for the healthcare workers keeping us all safe right now. Learn more about the campaign, Frontline Food Boxes, and support the effort!
In response to the crisis, The East Harlem School is waiving tuition for all students the remainder of the school year, continuing to pay their staff, and providing non-perishable food supplies and emergency grants to EHS families who are dealing with unemployment, evictions, and medical bills. In order to do that they need your help: Please click here to support this magical school!
The Khader Center, located in Mount Kisco, is also still up and running. If you’re looking for “cutting-edge nutrition tailored to your unique D.N.A.,” get in touch with registered dietitian and integrative nutrition consultant Dina Khader. Good luck!
Well, that’s it for now. If we missed anyone, please let us know! And THANK YOU to all of our customers providing New Yorkers with such amazing sustenance during this crisis.