Just because you’re quarantined doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a delicious meal! We love supporting local businesses and our friends in the food and beverage industry, but also want to ensure that we’re keeping ourselves, their employees, and others safe during the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite restaurants on Daniel Island that are offering contact-less delivery and to-go offerings.
We’re updating this list as restaurants change course. Have a tip for us? Email email@example.com.
Daniel Island SC Restaurants Open During Coronavirus
- Agaves Cantina – offering curbside to-go and delivery.
- Ali Baba Deli & Catering – offering curbside to-go and delivery only.
- BEECH – offering curbside to-go and offering their acai bowls on UberEats.
- Blondie’s Bagels and Cafe – offering curbside to-go orders on all their bagels, breakfast sandwiches, homemade cream cheese spreads, and homemade pastries galore.
- Daniel Island Grille – offering curbside to-go and delivery with 10% off all online orders and 50% off wine and beer.
- Dockery’s – offering curbside to-go and free delivery to Daniel Island with 50% off wine.
- Dragon Palace Chinese Bistro – offering curbside to-go and delivery only.
- Laura Alberts – offering curbside pick-up only with 10% off cases of wine.
- Mpishi – offering curbside to-go and free delivery to Daniel Island residents.
- Orlando’s Brick Oven Pizza – offering curbside to-go orders only.
- Ristornate LIDI – offering curbside to-go and delivery.
- Refuel – offering home delivery, within 5 miles, with their Refuel Market App. They are also offering pick-up orders, including alcohol and tobacco.
- Sermet’s – temporarily closed as of March 19, 2020.
- Vespa Pizzeria – offering curbside to-go orders only.
- Wasabi – offering curbside to-go and delivery via UberEats, ChowNow, and Doordash.
If you’d like to help our food and beverage community and those laid-off due to the crisis, there are a variety of funds to directly help those affected and keep them afloat until restaurants are able to open once more.
DONATE DIRECTLY TO INDIVIDUALS:
Serviceindustry.tips invites you to tip a local food service industry worker using Venmo or the Cash App. Tap the Charleston link, and tip the local worker that’s randomly selected for you. The website is currently helping support the industry workers in 63 cities across the country and four in South Carolina.
TipsInTheJar.com has a directory of local bartenders so you can tip them directly during your next virtual happy hour.
RESTAURANT STAFF FUNDS:
At Herd Provisions, $1 from every burger sold will be donated to COVID-19 relief efforts.
Recovery Room Tavern is posting their bartenders’ Venmo handles on their Instagram so you can tip them from home.
Lewis Barbecue is helping by serving 100 free meals every Thursday to displaced F&B workers who can order online at www.lewisbarbecue.com. Purchase the “food & beverage meal deal” and use promo code “CHSstrong.”
RESTAURANT GOFUNDME DRIVES:
Help the displaced employees at Chez Nous, Malagon, and Bin 152 by contributing to their GoFundMe page. The owners hopes to receive enough donations to continue paying their staff wages while supplementing the tipped employees. They’re only $39 shy of their $15,000 goal!
The Alley set up an employee relief fund that will help supply basic necessities for over 50 members of their team.
Basic Kitchen is offering incentives for those who make larger donations to their page. A $300 donation buys you a dinner for two and a goodie bag with a candle and a cookbook, while a $1000 donation gets you dinner and drinks for 10 people.
Two members of the Workshop family are joining forces to cook for those in need. Mansueta’s and Julius Delicatessen started a page that will go towards ingredients for meals they are preparing at One80 Place, the Neighborhood House, and the Ronald McDonald House.
Another Workshop stall, Chuck & Patty’s set up an employee relief fund with a goal of $7,000.
King Street cocktail bar Proof has set up a page setting out to raise $50,000 that would help pay employees, overhead, and resident chefs like 2 Nixons.
The Easton Porter Group set up a page that will help the employees at Zero Restaurant + Bar and Wild Common. All donations will go to laid off employees across the Easton Porter Group’s five properties.
Mike Lata has raised over $41,000 on his page dedicated to his employees at The Ordinary and FIG.
The folks at Fleet Landing are raising money to help pay for employee health insurance and pay for staff.
Bay Street Biergarten set up a GoFundMe dedicated to displaced members of their team.