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6 Local Businesses You Can Support From Home

Leigh Schiff

An Atlanta native, Leigh Schiff has established herself as one of the area’s top producing agents, achieving close to $500 Million in sales during h...

An Atlanta native, Leigh Schiff has established herself as one of the area’s top producing agents, achieving close to $500 Million in sales during h...

Apr 2 3 minutes read

As a member of the Atlanta community, we know how important it is to support our local businesses.

We know that more and more small and local businesses here in Atlanta are being affected and to continue to support them as much as we can, we’ve compiled a list of local restaurants that are adapting, giving back, and need support.

1. Table & Main

Since March 24th, Table & Main has been offering Table & Aid - free hot food, no questions asked, to those who need it. Every Tue-Sun 12-4 PM. Their takeout operation is still in full swing so consider ordering some food, donating to the cause, or buying a gift card to enjoy the full dining experience at a later date.

Link to Website: tableandmain.com


2. Kale Me Crazy

Kale Me Crazy has decided to give back during this pandemic by offering free immunity wellness shots to people who work in the medical field. They are still accepting orders for pickup or curbside delivery and you can even place your order online.

Link to Website: kalemecrazy.net or download their app!


3. King of Pops


Unfortunately, Atlanta's favorite popsicles have been hit hard and recently had to let go of half of their company. Coming out of the winter season and being a popsicle company, King of Pops relies on the spring & summer season and all of the fun outdoor events that come with it. They are currently raising money to keep their business afloat.

Link to Donate: kingofpops.com/tipmyslinger/


4. Bell Street Burritos

For years, BSB has been making some of Atlanta’s best burritos. Now, in a pandemic, owner Matt Hinton has decided to offer his customers all new "Bell Street Market" items, including toilet paper, produce, dry goods and prepared food/meal kits. Available exclusively via the "order online" platform. They are still open for pick-up, delivery, or curb side service so you can easily support them by eating delicious burritos. A win-win

Link to Website: bellstreetburritos.com

5. Tin Roof Cantina

Tin Roof Cantina has decided to temporarily suspend all service in an effort to protect families, staff, and customers. If you're a Tin Roof fan and would like to contribute, a GoFundMe has been started for the staff.

Link to Website: tinroofcantina.com


6. Sweet Auburn BBQ

Sweet Auburn Barbecue is pushing “stay-at-home comfort meals.” Order cashless with your credit card, and -- along with sides by the pint and quart -- you can have smoked proteins by the pound, with half-pounds available. They’re also selling portable coffee mugs and all proceeds from those sales go to support the restaurants’ staff.

Link to Website: sweetauburnbbq.com

 


For a running list of Atlanta area fundraisers and donation lists, visit reliefatlanta.com

 


We Want to Hear From You!

We want to hear what local businesses you’re supporting during this time. Head to our Facebook page and let us know!

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