Our local businesses are the backbone of the Charleston community. The restaurants, galleries, studios, and shops distinguish Charleston from the rest. During these difficult times, many businesses are developing creative ways to continue to serve the community while also adhering to CDC guidelines. To make it easy to support local, we’ve compiled a list of local businesses that are offering services, meals, and experiences during this challenging time:
Get your sweat on from the comfort of your own home. While @TheWorksCHS studio may be closed, you can still get your daily workout in with The Works 30-minute class via a private Instagram group for all current package holders. Here are the steps to join the private group:
Follow @tasteofstreaming on Instagram. Screenshot your active The Works pass. Email the screenshot and your Instagram handle to email@example.com You will be accepted to the group. They will post one live Instagram workout a day.
In need of a little retail therapy? Hampden Clothing store on King Street is currently closed but you can still shop ‘til you drop on their website. Head over to their site for the latest designer collections. Use code ONLINE10 to receive 10% off your next online order. #WearingHampden
Whether it is your morning cup of coffee or your afternoon pick-me-up, Brown Fox Coffee Co. is here to help. As always, you can order ahead with this app and skip the line when you get here.
In efforts to keep everyone safe and healthy during this time, Mozzo Deli is offering take-out only until further notice. From yummy hot sandwiches to delicious summer salads, Mozzo’s full menu is available. Mozzo is also closing their doors at 3:00pm everyday to allow for thorough cleaning and sanitation at both locations.
Craving barbecue? Lewis BBQ will be accepting to-go meals from their meat counter for you to enjoy from your home. You can also order Lewis Barbecue’s smoked meats, sauces, giftcards, and merchandise to your doorstep via their website here.
Babas is making your life easier with Noodle Night! They are serving up delicious dinners available for curbside pickup or delivery. Pasta for two is $45 and includes salad, side and tiller baking garlic bread! Yum. Need wine? Of course you do. Babas is offering retail pricing on all wine too! See menu for this week below and check the app for beverage selections.
Note Place dinner orders by 4pm via email, phone or app for delivery or pick-up that day.
Mobile app—download it here for iphones and here for androids! Phone: 843.284.6260 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday noodles: baked rigatoni - Pomodoro sauce, parmesan, breadcrumbs side: roasted golden beets, pistachios, orange gem lettuce salad, sherry vinaigrette and a garlicky tiller baking baguette
Wednesday noodles: aglio e olio with roast chicken or garlic shrimp side: braised agro dolce radicchio gem lettuce salad, sherry vinaigrette and a garlicky tiller baking baguette
Thursday noodles: ricotta-filled shells with basil pesto side: butterbeans, olive oil and fresh herbs gem lettuce salad, sherry vinaigrette and a garlicky tiller baking baguette
Friday noodles: spaghetti and meatballs side: peas, citrus compound butter gem lettuce salad, sherry vinaigrette and a garlicky tiller baking baguette
Saturday noodles: penne with pork ragu side: seared trumpet mushrooms, spring onions and hazelnuts gem lettuce salad, sherry vinaigrette and a garlicky tiller baking baguette
Harbinger is on a mission to feed the Holy City and keep their staff employed during the COVID-19 crisis. Beginning Wednesday March 18th, The Harbinger Cafe will not be open to the public and will be switching to a complimentary, no-contract, delivery-only service. This will be limited to the peninsula only and confined from 11am-2pm. Website ordering will go live Tuesday March 17th at 5pm.