You can support your favorite downtown Riverside businesses while observing the current stay at home order. While running your essential errands, make a quick trip to your favorite retailer for that "must have" item, or grab some takeout from your favorite restaurant.
Downtown businesses are ready with health and safety measures to keep you and your family safe. All customers and patrons are asked to wear face coverings and observe social distancing both in and outside of establishments.
Many downtown businesses are open to some extent. Most shops are offering limited indoor shopping as well as online ordering and pick-up. And check out DragonMarsh Teas and Apothecary, celebrating 30 years in business. DragonMarsh is a small family-owned spiritual gift store offering loose teas, spices, oils, herbs, crystals, candles, Tarot cards, and more both in-store and through online orders.
Many restaurants are offering takeout and online ordering with some form of delivery to keep you safe. If you are in the mood for ramen, good news. Saku Ramen has now opened at 3643 Main Street and is open from 9am to 10pm. They offer a range of ramen and fried rice dishes that you can order online.
Also offering online ordering is Riverside Food Lab, adjacent to the historic Fox Theater. Food offerings run from sushi with a twist at Maki Bomb to comfort food at Pig Pen Delicacy to unique treats at Dad’s Ice Cream and Boba. And while you are waiting for your pickup order, pick up a libation from Wilson’s or Beer Farm to go with your food.
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