How to Support Nashville's Small Business Community During Social Distancing

It's been a month, you guys. It's been a difficult, heartbreaking, incredibly trying month, and it looks like it's going to continue on like this for a bit.
Our founder, Patrick, went live on Instagram a few days back and shared some thoughts with you all, but if you took anything from it, it was the hope that "We'll come out the other side all the better for it." 
We're not the only ones struggling as a small business right now — and in uncharted times like these, that's one of the things that's keeping us going. We need to pull together as a community to help keep our fellow Nashville businesses afloat just as we're pulling together as a team to try to keep 1767 afloat.
While the situation can, at times, seem pretty overwhelming, we've been amazed to see just how resilient and creative small business owners can be: adapting to accommodate the day-to-day changes and still remain open, coming up with new ways to serve the community, and doing as much as they possibly can to keep their staff employed. 
If you still have work, if you have a bit of savings, or even if you just have a small emergency fund for basic essentials, we ask that you find it in your hearts to skip the big chain stores and find creative ways to make your purchases from small, independent businesses.

Nashville businesses to support while social distancing:  

The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club. Out friends at the Fox have food, drink mixers, and beer & wine available for curbside pickup or delivery. As of last week, they can also offer large batch cocktails mixes (alcohol included) via curbside pickup only.
Dose. Our go-to coffee spot is reopening on March 25 to offer to-go food and beverage service and delivery. In the meantime, you can support their amazing staff via their online tip jar and by purchasing gift cards on their website. 
WithCo Cocktails. Online store open, plus hosting a daily, online happy hour for anyone who is need of company and community while social distancing. 
Oil and Lumber. Their studio is currently closed, but you can still buy handmade clothing and furniture pieces on their online store. 
Folk. Open 11am-8pm for curbside pickup and takeout orders. Order via their website.
Nicoletto’s Pasta. Offering “contactless curbside pickup" on their full menu, as well as dried pasta to make at home. Pickup orders can be placed at Nicolettos.com or get delivery through Ubereats, Doordash, and Postmates. 
Burger Up. Offering carryout and curbside pick-up by ordering on their website or via phone, delivery via Postmates, and limited dine-in options. 
Five Points Pizza. Order online at fivepointspizza.com, text 5POINTS to order via phone and pick up at either of their two Nashville locations. Delivery is also available via Postmates. They're open for the first time since the tornado, so show them some extra love! 
Cafe Roze. Delivery and curbside pick-up daily, plus a brand new "Roze Bodega" option, which offers an online menu of fresh produce, household provisions, bottled cocktails and more. 
Otaku Ramen. Order online for lunch and dinner at both locations via the link in their website.  
Mas Tacos. Call (615) 543-6271 for curbside pickup, or order food, beer and margaritas at the takeout window (and pay with Venmo!)
Five Points Tacos. Takeout available at the East Nashville food truck. 
Lockeland Leatherworks. Our studio mates are still available for custom orders via DM or on their website.
Pearl Diver. When you purchase food, you can also now purchase to-go beer and cocktails to go along with your meal.
Babo Korean Bar. Currently offering their full menu for curbside pickup, as well as beer and sake to go. 

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