“A virus didn’t close my restaurant, the government did,” local restaurateur Cory Harwell says of a similar claim he’s made with his insurance company.
Stores are launching curbside and home delivery, even a video concierge service in order to remain viable.
Several neighborhood eateries, diversifying their offerings as the mandate against sit-down dining goes on, are selling meat, cheese and eggs to customers.
A coalition led by some of the largest chains has organized the effort, encouraging consumers to eat one restaurant meal by takeout or delivery this week.
Online ordering, delivery and pickup options provide some relief to braving crowds at local grocers.
Evel Pie, 508 E. Fremont St., says it will give away free pizza to anyone in need beginning at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Elizabeth Blau has gathered over 600 signatures in less than 24 hours.
Six of eight venues, including the Garden Buffet, to operate with reduces days or hours; no change in steakhouse or cafe times.
Ferarro’s Italian Restaurant has been in business in Las Vegas for 34 years, but never had to close temporarily — until the coronavirus crisis hit tourism.
Companies have to move inventory that would have been Strip-bound in the wake of closures.