Asheville Habitat for Humanity is successful in part because our local business community steps up to be part of the solution to the affordable housing problem. We want to support the businesses who support us, so we’re sharing some of the ways they are continuing to operate in these challenging times. Please consider patronizing them!
Asheville Brewers Alliance
The ABA has put together a website that’s a pretty solid roundup of what breweries, distilleries, and bottle shops in WNC have going on right now—and includes links to breweries’ social media pages and websites. https://avlbeer.guide/
Additionally, the Brewers Association (the national trade association for small independent breweries) has created a simple form that can be filled out and submitted to representatives asking Congress to approve economic relief from COVID-19 for craft beverage alcohol producers. Where the majority of our local breweries are very small, relatively young, and rely on tasting room sales for revenue, they’re facing some very scary times ahead. Any support you can offer would be greatly appreciated! You can access the form here: https://p2a.co/XRg1il2
Asheville Rooftop Tours
They are selling gift certificates – which never expire and will be sent by email. Visit ashevillerooftopbartours.com.
They are open for parking lot pick-up and delivery. Gift card and retail sales online at biscuitheads.com
Chiesa Restaurant is open for our “Take and Make” menu – Wednesday – Friday. We ask that orders be in by 5pm the day prior to pick up. This week’s menu can be found on our website: https://www.chiesaavl.com/menu-house-made-pasta-and-italian-food/
They are hosting weekly webinars to help folks navigate through the complexities and ever-changing legislation for employment law, loan support, etc. To sign up to be on the invitation list: https://www.platinum-grp.com/covid-19-webinar-series-sign-up
Sunday is Mother’s Day! They are putting together a dinner for 4 – Roasted lamb with roasted rosemary potatoes, French green beans and lamb gravy. This is $49. Parker House rolls and a gorgeous special box of sweets will also be available. They are doing different pop ups in their kitchen Take out will be Tuesday through Thursday starting at 4pm to 7pm. Our menu can be found on our website, www.rezaz.com – you can also order on our website. They will call the day of to take payment and go through how to pick up your food – no contact! We will also have a rotation of desserts, bread and wine!
You can help Rezaz after buying your meal by taking a pic with their food with the hashtag #savorspicelove.
They are now selling product online, mostly new accessories, select consigned items and gift cards. They’re currently offering free shipping on online orders of $25+ and can arrange for contactless curbside pick-up. Contactless curbside consignment on limited items just began as well, by appointment only. See all the details and shop online at www.secondgearwnc.com.
White Labs Kitchen & Tap
Currently, they are open Tuesday-Saturday for take-out food and beer (growler fill) sales. Online ordering and easy, curbside pick-up available at https://www.toasttab.com/white-labs/v3#!/. They are also working with DoorDash to provide delivery services for our take-out orders.
Wicked Weed is offering beer and food to-go daily directly out of our brewpub on Biltmore Ave. and on GrubHub. https://www.wickedweedbrewing.com/to-go-ordering-information/ They are also preparing 5000 meals a week for the community, partnering with YMCA of WNC and Food Connection to distribute. There are 2-3 open community distribution sites currently at the YMCA (Saturday’s 12-2), Church of the Advocate (Sunday afternoons), and in Swannanoa at the Symmetry Financial parking lot (Saturdays). For more information, follow Food Connection on Facebook or contact Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. https://www.facebook.com/foodconnection.co/
We will continue to add to this page as our business partners share their updates.