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If you or someone you know is a restaurant worker affected by layoffs or pay cuts, tell them to head to Gertie. The health-forward Williamsburg diner is now a relief center, packing hundreds of to-go dinners per night, plus emergency essentials. They’ll keep it going for as long as they’re financially capable, so if you want to help, donate here.
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New Yorkers helping New Yorkers. If you’re running low on sweat pants and need your laundry done, the founding sisters of laundromat/social club/healthy cafe Celsious are washing essentials like sheets, towels, and everyday clothing with as little contact as possible. And if you're in need of greenery, order an Instant Jungle delivery package from NYC’s PlantShed.
Here are our best quick tips for healthy eating in the time of coronavirus: Skip the check-out line mayhem and get your grocery fix from Tender Greens. You can freeze Magic Mix juices. Nicole Berrie of Bonberi is a must-follow for recipe ideas with a side of life advice. And always, ALWAYS thank your courier and the restaurant via social media — for perspective, some Dig Inn chefs are super grateful.
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Turn your living room into a zen den with a few NYC faves. Check out YO BK’s four donation-based classes per day on IG Live. VERAYOGA has $5 drop-ins for its Vinyasa classes on Vimeo. Y7 Studio’s themed, hip-hop yoga classes are on Wednesdays and Sundays. And ICYMI: Chillhouse is now “Chillhome”, coming to you live with calming massages you can do anywhere.
Want to shake off some bad energy? DanceBody Live has a seven-day free trial — props for safe social distancing. Shakira’s trainer Anna Kaiser continues to stream studio workouts on AKT GO. 305 Fitness’s Sadie Kurzban has officially opened the door to all dancers. And NYC-exclusive Forward__Space is hosting digital dance parties on IG Live every day at 2:05pm.
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Just takin' a sec to shoutout some of the reasons we're smiling this week — at NYC speakeasy Patent Pending, a $50 delivery order on its cocktails gets you a bag of chips AND a free roll of toilet paper. And here's some good news for the Village crowd: you can still find the Washington Square Park piano guy on Instagram. Home workouts? This trainer in Spain gets it. But, we’d love to see a little more effort from Whitney Simmons’ dog.
In the most wholesome news, Dig Inn is now donating a meal every time you order one AND gave away their secret to making a *healthier* tray of macaroni at home. Oh, and if you can’t be at home because you’re a nurse, doctor, or hospital staff (we salute you), Sweetgreen has a free salad with your name on it.
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So many amazing faves are putting in the work to make sure we stay safe (and fed). Juice Press is delivering for free. Screamer’s is still churning out just as many enormous vegan pizza slices as always (to go and delivery). And if you’re going to try your hand at home cooking, Michael Chernow can show you how to not screw up your meal on the NEOU app.
Running low on rations? Avocaderia and The Butcher’s Daughter wants to help. Avocaderia lowered its delivery fee on your favorite brekkie, and they just launched The Avo Market, providing all the ingredients to DIY. Plus, plant-based eats from The Butcher’s Daughter are available on just about every delivery platform and they have everyday essentials like freshly baked breads, granola, coffee, and more.
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