How to Support Local Food-Makers During the Coronavirus



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This is just a picture of donuts. Because I think we need that right now.

[Updated March 14 at 12:33pm]

These days we’re all wondering what we can do. we’re working here to compile restaurants, farmers markets, food trucks, etc. with their special offers, activities, or suggestions to keep in business and continue safely feed people. Got more? Contact me here, message me through Facebook or Instagram.

First and foremost: if you’re sick, stay home. Wash your hands for 20 seconds. Cover your cough. Don’t touch your face. Consult professionals like the CDC, WHO, or Ohio Public Health.

I’ve got a forthcoming article in Columbus Alive about some practical ways to support local restaurants. Stay tuned for that.

Here’s what we have so far:

For my day job at the Greater Columbus Arts Council, we’re tracking what’s open, what’s been canceled/postponed in real time:

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