New York City is limiting restaurants and bars to only delivery and takeout amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
But that doesn’t mean businesses on Grand Street in Williamsburg are not open for business.
According to the Grand Street Business Improvement District, these following restaurants are providing special offers for customers:
Ammazzacaffe: ““Order delivery or take out directly through the restaurant and our staff will bring it to your door! (No third party commissions all revenue and tips will go back to us & our lovely staff) We thank you for your support to local businesses during this hard time! – we will deliver to All Williamsburg and Greenpoint area / Morgan stop Bushwick – give us a call 929 250 2875” Pre-made cocktails, spirit, amaro, wine 30% off available. 6pm – 9:30pm.”
Bushwick Country Club: “$20 you can take home a 200ml bottle holding 2 cocktails. A portion of all proceeds will go to the @usbg National charity that is currently dispersing money amongst tipped wage employees who are being displaced from the workplace.”
Crystal Lake Brooklyn: “Open for ‘Tacos lokos 4ever’ delivery and takeout. Available via grubhub, seamless, or call 347-725-3337.”
Dar 525: “Open for regular delivery + takeout. Call 347-422-0401”
Eleva Coffee: “10am to 4pm for our Grand St location. Order online at www.elevagplorders.com”
Landline: ““Please help us make it through this mess by investing in Barry Bonds. A $50 bond gets you $55 in drinks, with bigger discounts for bigger bonds.” https://www.gofundme.com/f/booze-bonds”
Los Tacos McOndo: “Open for delivery and takeout until 1am.”
Mad for Chicken: “Open for delivery + takeout noon to 8pm”
Rome to Brooklyn Pizza: ““if you would like a contact free delivery please instruct our staff as such. If you know of anyone that can’t leave their home or is in need of food during this difficult period, please DM us the details and we’ll send them pizza on us.” 718-269-3239 or order online www.rometobrooklynpizza.com.
Second Chance Saloon: “If you are wondering how to support this family of hard workers while we are unemployed, you can donate via Venmo carolinamckee and all “tips” will be equally divvied up amongst the staff”
3-K is coming to north Brooklyn schools in the 2020-2021 school year.
At his 2020 State of the City address, Mayor de Blasio announced the expansion of his 3-K for All program to two additional school districts, bringing the total number to sixteen.
3-K already exists in the following school districts:
District 4 (East Harlem)
District 5 (Harlem)
District 6 (Washington Heights and Inwood)
District 7 (South Bronx)
District 8 (Country Club, Pelham Bay, Throgs Neck, Castle Hill, Soundview, Hunts Point)
District 9 (Grand Concourse, Highbridge, Morrisania)
District 16 (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
District 19 (East New York)
District 23 (Brownsville)
District 27 (Broad Channel, Howard Beach, Ozone Park, Rockaways)
District 31 (Staten Island)
District 32 (Bushwick)
In the fall of 2021, 3-K will come to these four districts:
District 1 (Chinatown, East Village, Lower East Side)
District 12 (Central Bronx)
District 14 (Greenpoint, Williamsburg)
District 29 (Cambria Heights, Hollis, Laurelton, Queens Village, Springfield Gardens, St. Albans)
Through this expansion, the 3-K for All program will serve 26,000 children across the city. That includes all 3-year-olds served in Head Start and Child Care programs, which transferred from ACS to DOE management to create one single early childhood system for families.
The application for 3-K opened on Wednesday, February 5, and will remain open until Friday, April 24.