Takeout, Online Workouts, and other COVID Community Services
Plus, where to find beer delivery.
We love to share tips and stories about what makes our community special, and now is no exception. Below, we highlight local businesses adapting to these challenging times, and delivering you much-needed goods and services to help keep you nourished, calm, and strong.
Food/Beer Delivery and Take Away
33 Acres delivers the necessary refreshments. Order “b33r” before 4.p.m. and it’ll arrive at your door the same day. Local delivery is $5, or free with a $100 order.
Aleph launches three types of lunch and dinner boxes for in-store pickup and delivery. Choose between turmeric cauliflower, enoki mushroom shawarma, and crispy falafel. All three options come with hummus, fattoush salad, and freshly-made saj bread.
Birds and the Beets serves takeaway coffee, pastries, and flowers(!) Wednesday thru Sunday.
Dageraad delivers beer care packages in Burnaby, Vancouver and New Westminster (free delivery with $40 purchase).
Harvest has that feel-good ramen via in-store pickup and delivery, and weekly community-supported agriculture (CSA) boxes. Plus, their fridges are stocked with broths and other goodies.
Larry’s Market offers free same-day delivery of organic, local vegetarian fare.
Matchstick’s door service features their espresso menu, pastries, flour, eggs, plus whole beans for home-use.
Say Mercy steps up with affordable “staff meals” to go—buy a meal for yourself and donate a suspended stew for someone in need. Each meal includes a $2 fee that serves as a donation toward the Greater Vancouver Food Bank.
Skipper Otto “Community Supported Fishery” connects seafood lovers with small-scale fishing companies. Pre-purchase your catch (be it shrimp, salmon, or prawns) and pick up at one of 13 locations throughout Metro Vancouver.
Temper Pastry is the place to go if you’re craving a pain au chocolat or a ham + cheese croissant–order online and get the goods to go.
Workshop Vegetarian Café offers pick-up, delivery, and an in-store selection of carrot ginger miso broth, organic ramen noodles, kimchi gyozas, *and* frozen cinnamon rolls.
Check out Breaking Bread for a complete list of Metro Vancouver restaurants offering delivery, takeout, curbside pickup, meal prep, and groceries.
Balance in Motion offers two different online training options: (1) a 4-week training program with video tutorials and check-ins (for those confident with their form), and (2) semi-private coaching (2-3 people per session) via live video.
Carolyn Anne Budgell shares free online meditation sessions via her website, including an aptly-named “Self-Care Amongst the Chaos” session, and calming yoga classes that focus on breathwork.
Tight Club hosts daily 45-minute strength and stability classes via Zoom. Watch for the retrosweat jazzercise on Fridays.
Turf makes its online debut with a lineup of its most popular classes: Met.a band, Yoga Sculpt, and Strength, Pilates, and HIIT.
YYOGA set up a livestream schedule and offers up to three classes daily for the rest of this week. Tune in for Fiery Friday Flow or a slower Hatha class.
Massy Books offers free delivery across Metro Vancouver of rare, off-beat and out-of-print books, as well as current-day best sellers.
Share the Goods gets the goods in the hands of those who need them. Sign up to get a little help, or sign up if you can provide help (for your elderly neighbour).
Vancouver Running Company supports medical staff on the frontlines with 30% off footwear.
The Wild Bunch prepares to lift spirits and send love on Wednesday, April 8th. Order online for a “no contact” special delivery to someone you’re thinking about.
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Stay home, stay safe, stay positive. We’ll get through this together.