As news continues to develop with recommendations for social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, local Birmingham businesses are having to adapt quickly to comply with recommendations while still meeting their customers’ needs. StyleBlueprint is all about supporting local businesses, restaurants and shops, and we will continue to do so — we hope you will do the same.
Below is a list of our clients who have adapted their business practices to continue bringing you top-notch services you’ve come to expect. We will continue to update this article, so bookmark it and check back frequently. And now more than ever, SUPPORT LOCAL!
A’Mano is offering direct shipping, local delivery, and curbside pickup. They are also featuring daily deals on their Instagram account!
Bromberg’s is offering curb-side services as well as alternative communication rather than in-person (i.e. phone, text, facetime or email). They will also ship or deliver locally. To order a wedding gift, please go to brombergsbride.com.
The Cook Store
The Cook Store is offering curbside pickup and free delivery. Owner Wesley Lassen is available at (205) 420-9641 for calls or text messages to place orders.
Dorm Decor is offering free FaceTime consultation appointments.
Henhouse Antiques will be closed for the next two weeks. Visit their website to see their items. If you have any questions about prices, measurements, or need more photos of their new shipment, call at (205) 936-5416 and they are happy to help.
All Kendra Scott retail locations will be closed March 16-29. Online shopping is still available 24/7.
The Lingerie Shoppe
The Lingerie Shoppe invites customers to shop virtually. Have specific needs? They can send pictures. They also offer curbside pick-up and “over the Mountain” delivery as well.
Lolo French Antiques
Lolo French Antiques is offering a “no contact” local delivery option for small items. Customers can leave a container outside their home, and Lolo will leave the item(s) at their doorstep.
Manhattan South is closed, but website order delivery is free.
The Mercantile by Miller
The Mercantile by Miller is closed, but they are working diligently on uploading their items to a website.
Stock & Trade Design Co.
Stock & Trade is closed, but they still want to assist their retail and trade clients in whatever ways they can. They are currently offering video and FaceTime interior design services. Call, text or email for more information.
Wild Things is leaving arrangements outside in a safe place, and both calling and texting the recipient when it has arrived. You can place phone orders starting at 11 a.m. or order online anytime. They are also offering 20% off online with code SPREADHAPPY.
Tonya Jones SalonSpa
Tonya Jones SalonSpa’s are closed, but they are now offering curbside pickup for their Aveda retail products.
All Ashley Mac’s locations have fully stocked freezers of their frozen, take-home meals and is offering online ordering as well as curb-side pickup and delivery for orders over $100.
FoodBar is open for curbside takeout and delivery starting on Tuesday, March 31 from 4 to 8 p.m. Their full menu is online at foodbarbham.com. Call (205) 876-8100 to place your order or purchase a gift card.
dg Restaurant will be offering takeout, curbside service and delivery starting today for its lunch and dinner menus. Call (205) 871-3266 or email [email protected] to place your order. There is a $10 delivery fee for lunch and a $15 delivery fee for dinner. “We plan to reopen April 6 and will continue these same offerings as well as dine-in service.”
Taziki’s is offering curbside pick-up and delivery options for those wanting to boost their immune system with a healthy and delicious meal.
Landmarks & Museums
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
As part of Birmingham Park & Recreation, Birmingham Botanical Gardens are closed to the public effective immediately. Additionally, all programs, events, and activities through mid-May are canceled or postponed.
Vulcan Park & Museum
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