Boise Area Businesses Changing What They Do To Make Money During Pandemic
The restaurant industry has been hit hard, really hard, leading some small businesses to get creative with what they offer. Here's some businesses who have new offers and how you can support.
Personally, I'm the most concerned about those "Mom and Pop" shops who have had to shut down and probably don't have enough reserves to survive.
Businesses in the catering and bridal industry are some of those businesses, but they've started to get creative.
Zee Catering usually feeds hundreds at weddings and events, but with weddings being canceled left and right, Zee Catering will deliver meals to your home! They've partnered with Reel Foods Seafood and you can order below. What a great idea for date night!
3 Girls Catering can feed 2000 people, but right now they'll take care of you even if there is just the two of you! They have fresh, fully cooked meals that you can pick up! What a great gift for someone you love or a great way to have a home cooked meal that supports local.
Wild Plum Events is helping you stock your pantry from local farmers and artisans. They also have supper yummy graze boards to snack on and heat-and-serve local suppers that can be delivered!
Boise Cakery specializes in wedding cakes, but they have treats available to keep you in good graces with the kiddos. (Or you can sneak them and eat them all yourself!) I ordered a brownie/ rice-krispie treat variety box and I can't wait to pick it up on Saturday!
Flour Child Boise makes beautiful, gourmet, wedding cakes, but they got smart during this crisis and they are selling darling sacks of flour and sugar, plus yummy treats you can pick-up curbside. I got some of their macrons for Easter and they are to die for.
Support local and order some of this yummy food today!