Earlier this week, we learned the emergency curbside sales of alcohol expired as of Monday, January 4. Not only was the authorization issued to help local businesses during the holiday season, but also to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
And even though cases are still on the rise, the temporary authorization has expired, leaving businesses wondering what’s next. Read on to find out why this issue is important and how you can help.
Who would’ve thought we would begin a new decade with a global pandemic? Not me! The past few months have transformed our daily routines—including our vocabulary. Let’s take a look at the new lingo we’re hearing and using on a daily basis.
I’d consider brunch a necessity and quarantine isn’t going to stop me from enjoying some. Sure, I won’t be able to grab brunch with friends, but getting it curbside will do the trick. Most of these restaurants were pulled from our database featuring over 390 local businesses! Now let’s get to brunchin’.
Don’t sleep on local food trucks stepping up to the plate and serving Birmingham through this crazy time. Many are offering curbside pick-up, delivery and special discounts. Keep in mind many places do not accept cash right now.
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