Last Updated: June 4, 2020, 9:30 a.m.
This is a strange and scary time for many reasons, but it is important that we continue to support each other and our community. Whether that is practicing social distancing to protect our vulnerable neighbors from the coronavirus or ordering from a local business to help them stay open during these trying times. Businesses across Lancaster County are making accommodations to help protect our people, but they need our help to keep their doors open.
If you are able, consider placing an order or buying a gift card to help preserve the businesses that give Lancaster the “shop local” mentality that we hold so dear. Here is how our local businesses are adjusting:
Reminder: Wash your hands often. Use cards or tap instead of cash. Tip generously. Stay home if you aren’t feeling right. Be kind and compassionate during this scary time.
Due to the ever changing times, we suggest double checking with each’s businesses website for the most up to date information.
K-12 schools are closed statewide, but students can still access free meals at eligible schools. To see what options are available at your student’s district, visit the school’s website or contact them directly.
For more information, visit the PA Department of Education’s website.
If you are in need of resources within your community, call 211 to speak with a resource specialist from United Way of Pennsylvania for free. They will help you locate food banks and other programs in your area.
Entertainment & Shopping
Curio Gallery & Creative Supply has added Creative Kits to their website available for pick–up during shop hours (10-5 p.m.) or have it shipped to your home.
Pottery Works is offering delivery services for you to get creative at home. Select pottery and 4 colors. Curbside pickup is preferred. Brushes, pallets, and paint provided. Message them to order and schedule a pickup.
You can still buy books, puzzles, games and other items from Aaron’s Books’ website. They are offering free shipping for all orders over $40. You can also buy a gift card to help support them.
The North Museum of Nature & Science will be closing its doors but introducing new virtual programs and exhibits.
Lancaster Symphony‘s website is full of word finds, crosswords, instrument family information and coloring pages to keep your little musicians entertained but also on the top of their game.
Tiger’s Eye is offering curbside service and delivery for merchandise orders. With every gift certificate purchased at Tiger’s Eye, Tiger Eye will increase it by 20%.
Art Matters Studio is creating lesson packets for students of all ages. They are also offering art kits to keep the kids busy and creative (curbside pickup).
Prima Theatre is introducing a series of streaming concerts and shows. Choose between two access options. The Superhero Pass gives a $100 groceries gift card to an out-of-work performer or other artists. The A.S.S. Pass gives you the chance to win a set of 10 individually wrapped toilet paper rolls. For more information, click here.
Servant Stage Theater is introducing a new Living Room Concert Series every Friday night at 7 p.m. The concerts will stream on Servant Stage’s Facebook page and will be available on the website after that. You can also catch past shows here.
Local artist Liz Hess is creating custom puzzles of local pictures depicting places like Central Market and the Star Barn.
Fulton Street Flora is offering weekly, biweekly, and monthly flower subscriptions.
Prussian Street Arcade is now offering shopping appointments and subscription boxes.
Grocery Stores & Markets
Lancaster Central Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Lemon Street Market is offering curbside pick up and delivery. They are limiting their stores occupancy to six shoppers at a time.
Stauffers of Kissel Hill will be open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. Stauffers recommends seniors shop between 6-8 pm.
The Freinschaft Market is offering free delivery for anyone within 5 miles of their location in Lancaster city. Purchase must be at least $25 and 24 hour notice must be given. Call in your order Monday through Saturday during business hours at 717-490-6130. They now have an online store.
Weiser’s Market will be closed on Sundays to give their employees a day of rest during these stressful times. They will be open the rest of the week from 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Giant stores will open for customers who are 60 and over at 6-7 a.m. daily.
Wegmans is offering delivery and pharmacy curbside pickup. They are also putting purchase limits on certain groceries.
Walmart is offering special shopping hours for older and vulnerable customers. From March 24 to April 28, Walmart will open every Tuesday at 6 a.m. Many locations are also offering delivery services for groceries.
Walgreens is offering a Seniors-Only Shopping hour every Tuesday from 8-9 a.m.
Every Wednesday for the first hour they are open, Target is limiting shopping to just seniors and those with underlying health concerns.
Whole Foods Market will have an hour before they open each day dedicated to customers 60 and over.
BJ’s Wholesale will be open from 8-9 a.m. for people ages 60 and over.
Costco will be open from 8-9 a.m. for people 60 and over. This includes the pharmacy.
Food & Drink
Annie Bailey’s is back open and will be offering limited take out services from Wednesday through Saturday. They are taking online orders only. Place your order here. After June 5, their deck will be available for outdoor dining! Reservations are accepted.
Cocina Mexicana is open for take out Monday through Thursday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. They also have delivery through DoorDash, Grub Hub and Delivery.com.
On Orange will be open for weekend take out with a limited menu from 8 a.m. to noon.
Decade’s will reopen for curbside pick up and take out every day from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Now offering cocktails to go! Outdoor seating coming soon.
The Country Table Restaurant is reopen after being closed for nearly two months. They are offering take out, curbside pick up and a drive through.
Belvedere Inn is closed for food service but will still offer carryout for their beer and wine.
Fireside Tavern is open for take out with curbside pick up. Prepay over the phone for minimal contact pick up.
Luca will be reopening for take out on Saturday May 9th.
The Fridge will be reopening for take out on May 9th. Also offering Cocktail Crowlers in addition to their beer selection.
Rice & Noodles and Sprout are offering take out at either location. Order and pay over the phone. Then you can either go in or let them bring it out to your car.
Beiler’s Doughnuts‘ Lancaster location is now open for pick up only. Delivery is available through Grub Hub and Uber Eats.
Lampeter Cafe is now open for take out and curb side pick up. Call ahead or stop by. Check their website/social media for their hours.
Tobias S. Frogg is offering take out and cocktails to go. Starting June 5, their outdoor dining section will be open.
Rachel’s Cafe & Creperie locations are now open for take out. Check out their crepe kits! Their temporary business hours are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. from Tuesday through Sunday. Call to place an order. Walk in orders and cash will not be accepted.
Log Cabin Restaurant is offering take out. Catering will also be available in certain circumstances. Follow their Facebook page for weekly menus. Starting June 5, their patio will be open for outdoor dining. Reservations are strongly recommended.
Sweet Legacy Gourmet is reopening their shop for limited shopping starting June 5. Curbside pick up is still available.
Foxchase Golf Club is offering take out on Sundays. Be sure to preorder by Friday at 3 p.m.
Ma(i)son will be focusing on BBQ take out. Order online.
Copper Hill in Millersville is open for take out.
Mick’s All American Pub is open for take out, curbside pick up and delivery through Grub Hub. Outdoor dining at their three locations will start on June 5.
Central Manor Bakery & Grill is open for take out.
Conestoga Wagon is open for take out.
Both of Gus’ Keystone Family Restaurant locations are open for take out.
Sala Thai Lancaster is offering take out and delivery through GrubHub.
Prince Street Café will have take out and delivery through UberEats, DoorDash, and GrubHub.
Pour Mans Brewing Company is offering delivery for food and brews with some restrictions. Visit their Instagram for details. Their taproom will have take out, just call ahead between 9 am-2 pm. Outdoor seating will be available starting June 5!
Zoetropolis will make any of their menu items to go, including bottles of booze for pick up. Call in with your food, spirit or gift certificate order, pay online, and they will deliver to your car at the curb. Outdoor dining starts June 5. Be sure to make a reservation!
Blazin J’s is open at their downtown location for curbside pick up and delivery.
Spring House Brewing Company offers take out. Just call in, pay by phone, and then pick it up at the side patio window or use the new curbside pickup option. They also turned their Hazel Street location into a drive in theater! Check their Instagram for their upcoming specials and events.
Max’s Eatery is offering take out for their full menu. Their food is also available through Uber Eats and their window-to-curb service. Their hours are 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Levengood’s of Lancaster is open for take out for their ciders.
Thorn Hill Vineyards is open from noon to six all week for wine by the bottle or the case.
Zig’s Bakery is offering take out and curbside pick-up for call in orders.
Griddle and Grind will have carry out and call in for their menu.
Twisted Bine Beer Co. is offering take out for beer and food.
Moo Duck Brewery is offering food and beer to go.
SoBol will have take out, curbside pick up and delivery through DoorDash, GrubHub and UberEats.
Mad Chef is offering take out for beer only.
Old San Juan will be offering take out and delivery through GrubHub and UberEats. Offering outdoor seating starting June 5!
Courtyard Café on Main will have take out and free delivery within a 5 mile radius.
St Boniface Brewing is offering take out for their food and beer. Outdoor seating will begin June 5.
Thom’s Bread has take out, curbside pick up and delivery through Uber Eats and DoorDash.
Aura Espresso Room is open for pick up and delivery through GrubHub, PostMates and DoorDash. They are offering a 10% discount for nurses, doctors emergency services.
Cox Brewing Company is offering Growler and Howler fills during their revised hours. Wednesday and Friday from 5-8 p.m. and Saturday from 12-3 p.m. Starting June 5, they will have neighboring outdoor space available.
Walko Taco Food Truck is traveling around Lancaster County. Check their Facebook for their schedule.
Copper Cup Coffee will offer service through their drive thru and take out.
Funk Brewing is offering curbside pickup for their beer and food.
Black Forest Brewery will have take out food and beer. Call in your order or message it to them on Facebook. Outdoor seating will open on June 5.
Lancaster Sweet Shoppe is offering take out for their treats Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. They are also offering delivery for orders over $20.
Rolled Cold Creamery will be offering take out. You can DM your order to them through Facebook or Instagram. Also, they are offering 10% off all regular sized ice creams.
El Serrano will provide take out. Order and pay online or call in.
Molly’s Pub continues to offer take out for food and beer.
Callaloo Trinidadian Kitchen will be offering their full menu for curbside pickup. Delivery is also available via DoorDash and GrubHub.
Bert’s Bottle Shop is offering take out for food and beer. You can also order delivery through UberEats and DoorDash.
Raney Cellars Brewing Company will have limited hours for To Go 32 oz Crowler can sales only. Their hours will be Wednesday-Friday from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, 2-8 p.m. Sunday 2-6 p.m.
Fox Meadows Creamery is offering online ordering, call in orders and curbside pick up. They are also offering local delivery.
Quips Pub is offering curbside pick up.
Shot and Bottle is offering curbside pick up. Check out their menu updates and specials on their website. Their hours for pickup will be Wednesday through Friday from 4-8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m.-8 p.m. (Closed Mondays & Tuesdays).
Issei Noodle will continue to serve take out and delivery through DoorDash.
Root will be open for call in and carry out orders. Hours are Monday through Friday from 12 to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Floyd’s Cafe of Lancaster is offering take out.
Bistro Barberet and Bakery has grab and go meals in their bakery.
Cafe 24 Hundred is open for take out from 5 to 9 p.m.
Blue Pacific Sushi Grill is open for take out and delivery only. Order on their website.
John Wright Restaurant will be offering take out. Starting June 5, they will be offering outdoor dining again!
Shady Maple Smorgasbord is offering to go meals. Order ahead via phone or when you arrive. Order, pick up and pay all from inside your car. Located at the main entrance of the Smorgasbord.
El Toro Barbacoa is offering take out and delivery through UberEats.
551 West is open for full menu and beer carry out and take out. Check out their Carryout With a Cause where 10% of their take out profits go straight towards a local organization or nonprofit.
Greenfield Restaurant has pre-made meals ready for pick up. Call ahead at (717) 393-0668.
Clean Eatz Lancaster is open for no contact Meal Plan pick up. Either pay online or over the phone. Also available for delivery on Grub Hub.
Roburritos is offering take out and call ins.
Plough has take out and curbside pick up.
Cafe One Eight is open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Order online and they will bring it out to you while you wait in the car.
Elm Tree Cafe is open for take out.
Lancaster Brewing Company is offering take out and curbside pick up.
Iron Hill Brewery is offering take out and curbside pick up. They are offering meal kits and grocery essentials.
Bubes Brewery is offering take out. Call in to order.
Tomato Pie Cafe is offering delivery services through Uber Eats, Grubhub, DoorDash and Postmates.
Divine Swine is offering take out for their food, beer and cider.
Isaac’s is offering take out.
Lucky Dog Cafe has take out and daily specials.
Cabalar Meat Company is offering takeout.
Ida’s Cafe has take out and delivery through DoorDash.
Plaza Azteca is offering take out. You can order through their website.
Mr. Bill’s Fresh Seafood will remain open during their normal business hours (Tuesday-Thursday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday & Saturday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m.-5 p.m.) They are also offering curbside pick up. The Fat Crab Cafe will remain open and offer take out and curbside pick up. Their hours are Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and Friday & Saturday from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Maize Mexican Cantina has take out and curbside pick up. They are also available for delivery on GrubHub.
Speckled Hen is offering take out and curbside pick up. Through generous donors, Speckled Hen has also provided meals to essential hospital staff, gift cards to families in need, and meals to single mothers in transitional housing. If you would like to help their initiative, DM or call them at 717-288-3139 to donate or nominate a family in need to receive a gift card.
Yorgo’s is open for food and beer carryout from 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Oola Bowls remains open at Lancaster Central Market, Lancaster Marketplace and The Market at Wilbur. You can also donate an Oola Bowl to essential workers (nurses, doctors, police officers, grocery stores, etc.) in Lancaster. Simply go to oolaorders.com and choose “Donate a Bowl” and add it to your cart.
Sukhothai Restaurant is offering take out with a 10% discount for picking it up in the store. Delivery will be available via DELIVERY.com and DoorDash.
Caribbean Wave has take out and delivery through DoorDash.
Splits & Giggles is offering pick up or delivery for nearby orders. Just email email@example.com with your order.
Fetish Brewing Company is open for curbside pick up from 4-8 p.m. all week. They are also offering free delivery within 15 miles ($30 purchase minimum). Place your food or gift certificate online.
Weathered Vineyards Ephrata is delivering wine anywhere in Lancaster County with no delivery fee. Minimum order is 2 bottles.
Nissley Vineyards is offering curbside pick up and home delivery for certain zip codes. For home deliveries, a flat-rate fee of $6 will be charged on local orders of $50 or more. A $25 fee will be charged for orders less than $50. Be sure to order by 3 pm the day before they are scheduled to deliver in your area. Click here for more details. If you are out of the area, they can also ship to PA and some out of state locations.
West End Yoga Studio will be closed from March 14 through the 27 but will be offering classes through their YouTube channel for free. If you wish to help support the studio financially, they have set up a Patreon.
Move It Studio will be offering virtual classes and closing their studio for the next two weeks. Reach out for more details.
Matthew Kingston, DMD – Healthy Smiles Dental has stopped elective procedures, but will be making accommodations for dental emergencies.
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