You must, however, also take the You Don’t Stop Lifting When You Get Old You Get Old When You Stop Lifting Shirt and I love this health of your delivery worker into account. Caviar, Postmates, and Seamless are all offering no-contact delivery, where they can leave orders in lobbies or by doors. When you purchase a gift card, it’s a win win: the restaurant gets the money immediately, and when this is all over, you already have a planned night on the town. Many restaurants are donating 100 percent of gift card profits to their employees, like NoHo Hospitality, whose restaurants include Locanda Verde and The Dutch, and Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group. Williamsburg’s Llama Inn is using all of their proceeds to stock the Llama Pantry, which supplies their staff with food and provisions.
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Many New York restaurants are starting GoFundMe pages for all their workers, whom most eateries have had to let go in light of the You Don’t Stop Lifting When You Get Old You Get Old When You Stop Lifting Shirt and I love this shutdown. “We never thought that we would have to close our restaurants indefinitely and put our teams out of work,” Lilia co-founders Missy Robbins and Sean Feeney wrote on their fundraising page. “They are the reasons we come to work every day and they are the reasons for the success of our company and the community we have built.” Check your restaurant’s Instagram page if you can’t find it on their website—that’s how this writer found out about the staff fund for her favorite watering hole, Ray’s. Another place to check? *spotfund, an New York City-based fundraising platform that is actively looking to help out local spots—and won’t charge any sort of fee. “We would take $0. We merely want to extend a hand to our local community and its residents who may be reeling in the wake of Coronavirus,” they tell Vogue. A recent sign-up? The Smile in NoHo.