In Nashville and beyond, restaurants are doing everything they can to adjust to this new reality, while the novel coronavirus outbreak continues to keep people at home. During a dine-in ban, some have ceased operating completely, and many turning to takeout and delivery. Several restaurants are also turning into makeshift markets, using their network of purveyors to open up their pantries to customers and now-unemployed hospitality workers in need. While places like Coco’s Italian Market, Mitchell’s Deli, Sonobana, and the like have been doing it for years, there are now a growing number of restaurant options, where people can find produce from local farms, eggs, milk, meat and even home essentials like toilet paper.
*Restaurants on this map are frequently changing options while responding to availability and other limitations. Check with the business to make sure they are still offering these supplies.Read More