Orders must be placed by late Wednesday to be picked up on Saturday.
A new survey from the National Restaurant Association estimates that the restaurant industry will lose $80 billion in sales by the end of April.
Best of Sarasota 2020
From Lakewood Ranch to Venice, here are our readers' votes for their favorite neighborhood restaurants.
Our readers voted for their favorite spots for Thai, sushi, pizza and more.
Pick fresh blueberries, then use your bounty to make blueberry pancakes. You won't regret it.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants have been feeding hungry kids, police officers, front-line health care workers and many more.
Dakin Dairy Farms is being forced to dump 7,000 gallons of milk a day because of lost sales.
After the pandemic passes, the National Restaurant Association warns, nearly all American restaurants will be "in desperate need of cash."
From expert certifications to casual virtual tastings, there are a number of ways to learn more about wine while you're stuck at home.
Unable to tend bar because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rob Boyland has begun teaching people how to do it themselves.
Great Boating Adventures
Eat This Now
Rise & Dine
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of local restaurants are offering easy takeout options this year.
The decision has led to the layoff of two employees, the closure of the market's office and an end to social media posts from the market.
Running out of milk, eggs or even toilet paper? These restaurants may be able to help you out.
Miss hanging out in the taproom and chatting about beer? One Sarasota brewery has begun offering virtual hang sessions.
To give form to formless days, last week I made the decision to attempt to smoke a brisket—without a smoker.
Passover starts at sundown next Wednesday, April 8.
The bill contains at least $349 billion in federally guaranteed loans for small businesses.
'Our hearts go out to all individuals on the front line fighting this pandemic.'
Jessica's Organic Farm is adding the service to reduce crowding at its market.
TakeoutSRQ encourages consumers to support their favorite spots by directly contacting eateries for local delivery rather than using a third-party company, allowing the restaurant to receive more profit.