The Stove, the Henderson restaurant from Antonio Nunez and Scott Commings, the season 12 winner of Hell’s Kitchen, launches a temporary pop-up grocery store from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. until stock runs out.
The market offers essentials such as eggs, milk, and toilet paper, as well was canned chicken broth, fettuccine, chicken soup, tomato soup, butter, hand sanitizer, instant oatmeal, and Gatorade.
“We do not wish to see our guests and the elderly community go without due to these times of uncertainty,” executive chef and co-owner Antonio Nunez says in a press statement. “The current scenes at local grocery stores may be too stressful for seniors to endure, and buying in bulk may not be feasible for individuals, so we wanted to offer an alternative.”
Seniors receive priority shopping and curbside assistance is available. The Stove will also fill up water jugs with their filtration system free of charge.
The market hours are Monday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., or until stock runs out.
Fergusons Downtown holds a virtual Market in the Alley, where the community can still shop and support local businesses from homes. Online guests can explore lifestyle goods uch as natural soaps, home décor, art, and more from vendors including The Joy Pop Co., Mary Felkner, Davida Hand Craft Soaps, Apotheca Borealis, Love Em Couture, Home Sweets, Linen and Lace, and more. This month’s virtual Market in the Alley is happening on Saturday, March 21, from 6 to 10 p.m. and Sunday, March 22, from noon to 4 p.m. at fergusonsdowntown.com/market.
And in some good news for restaurants, Wa Fed Bank is offering 90-day interest free loans to restaurants and small businesses.
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