I’m in awe of the way New Jersey businesses have quickly adapted to our current situation. While many have been temporarily closed to prevent the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), essential businesses remain open. Restaurants are still able to offer delivery and take-out services and many are coming up with creative new ways to serve customers while keeping staff and patrons safe.

They are also open for local delivery and take-out between 4-7 p.m. (as of publication time). They’ve got breads, soups, salads, a variety of entrees and entire family-style dinners. The menu will change daily based on available ingredients. To top it all off, there’s a community shop that allows customers to purchase certain ingredients (like meats) wholesale with zero mark-up.

What they’re doing for the community is magnificent but it’s not the only way they give back. Those punch cards I mentioned? They’re AKB neighborhood baker cards, and they donate 5 loaves of bread to RISE for every card purchased. There are a lot of wonderful details on their website, so check it out to learn more about hours, ordering, and all they have to offer.

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