Try these gives! Saskatoon Meals Spots supply alternatives to save lots of as we take care of coronavirus

HOUSTON – With the COVID-19 pandemic, many small businesses in Saskatoon and the greater metropolitan area have been hit by bars and restaurants closings.

Though small businesses have limited activity, many Saskatoonians still show their love by helping these local restaurants through roadside pickup, delivery, and gift card purchases.

Related: Sienna Coffee Shop offers free disinfection to those in need

In Saskatoon we support each other. Local restaurants have given back through their services, discounts, donations, and more.

Here we have found some places that have offers and some additional items for your purchase.

Distribution of meals and 10% meal discount

On Thursday March 19th, SAM’WICH will distribute food to those in need. The food truck is located at Westheimer Straße 7919 and donates food from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. SAM’W is currently offering a 10% discount on its menu item with its Instagram post. The offer is only valid until Thursday, March 19th. You can order in advance at (713) 884-9454

Children eat for free, plus a discount for teachers and students

The Peace Vegan Eats Food Truck feeds the children for free with every purchase of an adult meal. In addition, students and teachers receive a 20% discount on their orders. The Foodturkc will open on Thursday and will take orders from Wednesday. Peace Vegan Eats is located at 7800 Amelia Road. You can submit your to-go orders at (346) 366-7811.

Get 25% off your entire order

From Wednesday through April 2nd, Los Gallitos Mexican Cafe’s Sugarland location is offering a 25% discount on all take-away orders. The restaurant is located on 3385 Highway 6 in Sugar Land, TX. You can place your order at (281) 313-1401.

Part of the daily turnover is donated

Little Woodrow’s on 720 Shepherd Drive offers a pick-up service from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. The bar also donates 20% of daily sales to the Southern Smoke Foundation and supports F&B staff. Industry hit by national disasters. You can place your orders at (832) 804-9941.

The Emergency Burger Kit contains two rolls of toilet paper

Burgerim’s downtown location offers an emergency burger kit to feed the family. The kit includes burger patties, buns, hamburger essentials, water and two rolls of toilet paper while supplies last. You can place your order at (932) 802-7333.

Do you know a local company that does more than just roadside pickup and delivery? Send me an email at [email protected]

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