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With their regular patrons working from home and practicing social distancing, small businesses - especially those in the food & hospitality industry - have come up with fun promotions to allow customers to support their neighborhood businesses, while also remaining safe. Take a look below to see GSBA Member offerings to help you master working from home, plan meals, fight off cabin-fever blues, and more.

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Take-out & Delivery

We encourage community members to tip generously during this difficult time if able. Many service workers depend on tips as an essential part of their income.

Cone & Steiner

Running low on supplies? Did you already blow through all your candy and sweets? Stock back up by ordering online for pickup or delivery from Cone & Steiner.

Olmste(a)d

The newly-established American-style hotspot on Broadway is offering "Sidewalk Service" for any item off its menu. Just call in your order (206-557-4201) and they'll meet you at your car with their payment systems and tonight's dinner.

Madres Kitchen

Feed your body and soul with freshly-made and locally-sourced rotating herbivore and carnivore pick-up or delivery meal combos from Madres Kitchen.

Cherry Street Coffee House

Missing your favorite cafe go-to? Cherry Street is open for mobile and take-out orders at all of their locations, with most shops closing at 3:00 PM. 

The Catering Company

Choose from chilli lime chicken, chicken teriyaki, beef stroganoff, and more when you order dinner for the whole family. Best of all, these nutritious meals are delivered free of charge.

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Mamnoon

Gift cards purchased between now and May will have an extra 20% added on. Mamnoon's menu is also available for delivery via Caviar.

Hi Spot Cafe

The Ballard-based cafe is serving up a limited menu for breakfast and lunch for take-out orders.

Broadcast Coffee Roasters

Order a pound or two of beans from Broadcast online, and they'll ship it to you for free! In addition, Broadcast is offering a $7.50 to-go weekday-breakfast special at their Jackson St. location. Click above to order your breakfast online, and it'll be ready to go by the time you get there.

Cafe Flora

One of the nation's oldest vegetarian restaurants, Cafe Flora, has put together a special menu of brunch, lunch, and dinner favorites for delivery. One of Flora's famous cinnamon rolls are guaranteed to lift your spirits.

Terra Plata

Even if you can't make it in for dinner now, purchase a gift card above to use to use when this all blows over. Terra Plata has also started offering pick-up and delivery options, making for a perfect date-night-in.

Two Doors Down

Grab a burger and a growler of beer by calling in your order to 206-324-2337 and pick it up curbside. Beer must be picked up inside for age-verification, and all transactions are card-only. In addition, every Monday in March, laid-off restaurant industry workers can call-in for a free Classic Burger with fries to-go (based on the honor system).
 
Capitol Cider

Capitol Cider is currently offering curbside pickup - including family-style menu options. Capitol Cider's menu is also entirely gluten-free!

Tulio

Ordering delivery has never been easier with Tulio providing 20% off phone-in delivery and a 25% additional boost to any gift card purchase - making any $100 gift card $125.

Ethan Stowell Restaurants 

Starting on March 19, Tavolata - Capitol Hill will offer take-out and curbside pick-up from 5:00 - 8:00 PM seven days a week. Starting on March 20, How to Cook a Wolf, Red Cow, and Rione XIII will also begin offering these same services during 5:00 - 8:00 PM seven days a week.
 

Beer, Wine & Spirits

Aluel Cellars

2018 GSBA New Business of the Year, Aluel Cellars, are offering curbside pick-up, home delivery in the Seattle area, and shipping discounts! Gift cards area also available for your visit to the Capitol Hill tasting room once mandates are lifted.

Heritage Distilling Co.

In addition to creating and selling their own hand-sanitizer, Heritage Distilling is also delivering spirits in area codes 98117 and 98107, in addition to areas surrounding their tasting room locations in Roslyn, WA; Eugene, OR; Tacoma, Key Peninsula, and Gig Harbor, WA. All online orders over $50 ship for free.

Descendant Cellars

Stock your cellars for your quarantine by ordering wine shipment to anywhere in King, Pierce, or Snohomish Counties, courtesy Descendant Cellars. Orders can be placed here and shipping fees will be refunded.

Fremont Brewing Co.

Order cans, bottles, crowlers, and kegs for pick-up from 12:00 - 7:00 PM at the Urban Beer Garden here.

Sweet Tooth Fixes

Batch Baking Co.

From fortune cookies to brownies, salted caramels, and homemade classics, Batch Baking has plenty mouth-watering baked goods to choose from for pick-up or delivery.

Indi Chocolate

If you're hibernating at home, you'll definitely want to make sure you have plenty of chocolate in supply. This Pike Place Market chocolate shop's online store has everything you'll need. 

Nuflours

Capitol Hill-based gluten-free bakery Nuflours is open for pickup with limited hours (Thursday - Sunday, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM) and delivery (Grubhub & Caviar, Tuesday - Sunday, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM). Online orders can be made anytime.

Seattle Chocolate

Bring a little love in chocolate form home or send a truffle bag to a friend with free nation-wide shipping for orders over $30. Curbside pickup is also available at Seattle Chocolate's flagship store in Tukwila, and can be ordered by calling 425-264-2705 or emailing gifts@seattlechocolate.comIn addition, Seattle Chocolates has introduced a Care Packages program for you to spread a little joy by sending a curated chocolate pack to a loved-one you aren't able to be near, while also grabbing the "Work From Home Stash" for yourself.

Work-From-Home Support & Comfort

Red Balloon Co.

Both curbside pick-up and online shipping is available with Red Balloon's online store. Online orders over $45 will receive free shipping.

Amaxra

To make working from home easier, Amaxra will help businesses that don't already utilize Microsoft 365 or Microsoft Teams access Microsoft's six-month free trial, in addition to guidance on using Team. Click here to inquire about this offer.

Ada's Technical Books

From audiobooks and monthly book subscriptions, to unique board-games and DIY-kits available online, Ada's has plenty of options not only for you, but your kids too, to stay entertained during quarantine.

Elliott Bay Book Company

Curl up with a good book during your quarantine, courtesy Elliott Bay Book Company, who've currently moved all sales to online and phone.

Babeland

Well, if you're spending all that time at home, might as well have some fun with it. Babeland's online store has you covered for safe self and partnered intimacy.

Doghouse Leathers

Even though the shop's new location on Pike St. is closed, Doghouse's online store remains open with products being shipped daily.

Crown Plaza Hotel

If you've lost internet at home, or need another safe place to work remotely from, the Crown Plaza Hotel has workspaces available at a highly-discounted rate for up to eight hours of use. Each room includes a coffee-maker and refrigerator, high-speed WiFi, spacious work desk, and more. 

Car Trouble?

Repair Revolution will pick up your car, fix it up, and drop it back off at your home.

Alerts for Employers & Businesses

Important information on emerging situations

March 23 - Governor Inslee announces "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order. All Washingtonians are required to stay home unless pursuing an essential activity. All social, spiritual, and recreational gatherings are prohibited. All businesses are closed except for essential services.

March 18 - Mayor Durkan has temporarily prohibited the eviction of Seattle small businesses and nonprofits for at least the next 60 days.

March 16 - Governor Inslee has mandated the closure of restaurants, bars, entertainment and recreational facilities, and other businesses through at least March 31.

March 13 - Governor Inslee prohibits gatherings of 250+ people and closes all schools for 6 weeks.