Temporarily Closed notice on the marquee at the Del Mar Theatre in downtown Santa Cruz

Bikes, Pets and Sustenance: Essential Santa Cruz Businesses To Support

As Santa Cruz County trudges towards another month of shelter-in-place mandates, many local businesses are working to stay open. While gas stations and groceries stores are clearly essential services, other business need community support, particularly those that are locally owned and operated. This includes pet supply stores, food services and bike shops. In fact, many … Continue reading Bikes, Pets and Sustenance: Essential Santa Cruz Businesses To Support

Santa Cruz County Businesses To Support

As Santa Cruz County and the rest of America enter yet another week of sheltering in place, small businesses need community support more than ever. Not only are family-owned restaurants suffering, but some established local businesses have completely shut down or relying heavily on internet sales. While grocery stores are thriving, these essential businesses have … Continue reading Santa Cruz County Businesses To Support

Support Santa Cruz County Businesses Now

Santa Cruz County small businesses are suffering an economic impact as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, some popular local businesses have reportedly shut down permanently. Equally sad is that some are on the verge of bankruptcy. While small businesses may gain some benefit from the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package, they still … Continue reading Support Santa Cruz County Businesses Now

San Francisco Restaurants For Food Delivery

With San Francisco restaurants struggling to stay in business, many are ramping up efforts for “no contact” food delivery and curbside pickups. Although there remains a concern to maintain social distancing, virtually every small businesses need your support. The following are 10 San Francisco restaurants that are taking phone and online orders. 1601 Bar & … Continue reading San Francisco Restaurants For Food Delivery