Kitchen Manager Jon Averyheart creates a pizza at Dewey's. All employees wear masks, and have their temperatures taken when they arrive at work.
The WineSpot is using its back patio as a drive-up window for online orders during the cornonavirus crisis. It is also hosting virtual wine tastings. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Kelli Kral, an owner of New Heights Grill, said customers have been "very supportive." One even sent her an anonymous $500 check. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
The Cedar Lee Theatre had to close its doors, but parent company Cleveland Cinemas is offering the latest independent films on its website, for a fee. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
The Tavern Co. is open for takeout orders Thursday through Saturday. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Boss Dog Brewery is open daily 4–8 p.m. for carry-out food, and six packs and growlers of its craft beer. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Marotta's restaurant offers takeout and delivery seven days a week.
The front doors of Mitchell's Fine Chocolates are locked, but customers can order by phone or online. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Mojo World Eats & Drink is offering curbside delivery of food and cocktails Tuesday through Saturday. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Dewey's server Josh Price prepares to step outside and deliver a pizza to a waiting customer.
Barista Kevin Hoffman takes an order from Anna Isabella and Elizabeth Valenti at Phoenix Coffee on Lee Road. With sales down, the company is innovating with $5 bike deliveries. (photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Owner David Igel masks up and checks in at Dewey's Pizza The restaurant is providing curbside delivery.
Kelli Kral of New Heights Grill is now selling takeout beer for $1 to $3 a bottle.(Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
The heroines of Stone Oven: (from left) Deanne Nichitilo, Taylor Fletcher, Gretchen Drushel, Diana Drushel. The iconic Lee Road bakery is celebrating its 25th anniversary while dealing with the coronavirus crisis.(photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Kelli Kral (left), owner of New Heights Grill, helps a customer with her order. Takeout has gone from 25–35% of the bar's business to its only revenue during the crisis. (photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)
Tatyana Rehn and John Emerman, owners of Stone Oven Bakery & Cafe, are celebrating 25 years in business during the pandemic. (photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)