People are supporting local businesses. Let’s make sure this continues.
New restaurants are still opening during the pandemic. Here’s how they’re facing the challenges of today, and how you can help.
Photo by Viktor Forgacs on Unsplash Using third-party delivery services has become the new normal in the restaurant industry and beyond. From Uber Eats to DoorDash to Postmates or GrubHub, the options are endless and new niche services like Caviar or Seamless are popping up everyday. The data speaks for itself. A 2019 report from
Since late May, an unforgettable public outcry has come in response to current events. Protests against police brutality took to the streets of over 2,000 cities worldwide. And support for the Black Lives Matter movement peaked.
San Francisco’s Pier 39 has long been a staple of the city, commanding views of Angel Island, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Warren Simmons, the original founder, developer and creator of Pier 39, built it up in 1978, assisting on the job site with his son Scooter. What started as a family vision and love of the California coast turned into a bustling tourist attraction and string of successful restaurants on the Pier.
Because COVID related hospitalizations have plateaued and remained consistent this week, SF will allow 95% of retail business to re-open on Monday. The city will allow businesses with street access to open for delivery and curbside pickup…