As we adapt to this new way of living, we want to come together as a community and support local businesses. Whether it is in finding restaurants that deliver the yummiest food, picking pastries from your favorite local coffee shop, making sure your dog still gets their favorite treats, or shopping at local small markets, there are plenty of businesses working hard to serve the community. This is a time that many businesses are finding ways to get creative and adapt.
What is open in Summerlin? Check out all the businesses that are working around the clock to make sure people have the things they need. Though people have to get creative on how they do things, the commitment for service is very high! For local businesses in Downtown Summerlin that are operating.
The Farmers Market is still up and running. They are using a drive through service to pick up all your favorite locally grown veggies and fruit. Also feel free to grab a few unique staples that are only sold at the market!. For a dates and times and a Map check out what is being offered.
So many Local Restaurants have stepped up and are now offering delivery and take-out!
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For yummy sushi check out Sen Of Japan!
Ever get adventurous…try Boca Do Brasil!
Some other favorites on our list are :
Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen
Yassou Greek Grill Cafe
Echo and Rig
El Dorado Cantina
Buena Vista Kitchen
Ohlala French Bistro
La Strega, one of everyone’s favorite restaurants finally is open for pickup and delivery!
If you or someone you know is having trouble putting food on the table:
Three Square food bank: There are 43 new emergency food distribution sites. Visit them for a list of sites and hours. Their phone number is 702-644-3663.
Village Las Vegas: The organization has expanded pantry services to seven days a week at SHARE Village Las Vegas #2, 50 N. 21st St.
Ready-to-eat breakfast items (such as sandwiches, bagels and donuts) are available from 8-9 a.m. Fresh foods (including fruits, vegetables, meats and nonperishable items) are available from 10 a.m.-noon.
For more information, visit 702-384-0294 or visit sharelasvegas.org.
Meals for children:
Clark County School District: The school district has 38 pickup sites with free meals for ages 2 to 18. The recipient doesn’t have to be a CCSD student. A list of sites can be found at ccsd.nutrislice.com/menu. Parents and guardians are now allowed to pick up meals without a child present, but will be asked to provide their student’s identification card, name, or school and grade level.
Public charter schools: Equipo Academy (4131 E. Bonanza Road in Las Vegas) and Quest Preparatory Academy (4025 N. Rancho Drive in Las Vegas) also are providing meals.
Help for seniors: A handful of senior centers — including in North Las Vegas, Henderson and Moapa Valley — are providing food assistance for seniors who normally come in to a center for lunch.
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada provides a Meals on Wheels program for homebound seniors in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. Seven frozen meals are provided each week at no cost to seniors. Call 702-385-2662 or visit catholiccharities.com.
Three Square food bank said that home delivery may be available for those ages 60 and older. Call 702-765-4030.
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