Our Clients Are Open: News Round-up
From coffee to cooking classes to historical jazz venues,
check out the latest client news at Bond Moroch.
In the midst of a global pandemic, business across the country are being hit hard, and New Orleans is no exception. While it is of the upmost importance for companies to employ stringent measures to ensure the safety of both their staff and patrons, our clients are also finding creative ways to remain open and serve their communities while complying with health and safety guidelines.
Need a coffee fix? Select PJ’s Coffee locations across the U.S. are still open and available for takeout, curbside or drive-thru service. Drop by your neighborhood shop or place your order online and enjoy an array of delicious coffee beverages. Have a friend who needs to perk up? No problem. PJ’s offers gift cards, too!
The beloved coffee brand just rolled out the PJ’s Marketplace at participating locations where patrons can also grab essentials, such as bread, eggs, toilet paper and hand sanitizer.
The WOW team wants to help feed your families! Everything on the menu is available for pick-up and delivery, and they are now offering family-style options that feed a family of 4 for just $35. They are open for takeout from 11 AM – 9PM. They’ve upped all cleaning efforts in all locations, and employees are complying with all CDC guidelines. Call ahead to place an order or check them out on DoorDash or Waitr.
Need some inspiration for new recipes while cooking at home? NOCHI, the New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute, is now offering online cooking classes every Tuesday and Thursday at 5 PM CST via Facebook Live called “Cooking in Quarantine.” The classes are hosted by Leah Sarris, NOCHI’s executive director, chef, and dietician. Described as an ‘office-hours-meets-supper-club,’ amateur cooks anywhere in the world can learn from professional chefs in the comfort of their homes. Recipes are for healthy, resourceful, and flavorful pantry cooking. Past meals and lessons that have been taught include nachos with one pot bean chili, roasting, flatbread, and various egg dishes such as pasta carbonara, shakshuka, and poached eggs. For more information, visit NOCHI’s Facebook page.
Many of us are tired of cooking and looking for local businesses to support. Scope out Joel Catering if you’re looking for delicious family meals with a focus on food safety and sanitation best practices. Delivery service is available to Orleans and Jefferson Parish seven days a week. Delivery is free with orders of $50 or more and custom corporate orders are also available. In addition to following CDC guidelines, they have also consulted with a sanitation expert and implemented strict guidelines and restrictions to ensure the safety of their food. Visit Joel Catering’s website for the daily menu.
Although the historical jazz venue is closed to the public, the Preservation Hall Foundation has started the Legacy Emergency Relief Fund which will provide direct assistance to its 60-member Musical Collective. To address the challenges and uncertainty musicians are facing, the foundation is focusing their attention towards caring for their musicians and helping them weather this crisis. To learn more or donate to the fund, visit the Preservation Hall Foundation’s website.
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