With in-store shopping and dining not an option these days, South Granville retailers and restaurants have come up with some unique ways to stay in business—and bring you goods and services during this time of social distancing. Support South Granville, support local! —Vita Daily
stable house bistro. With a new walk-up window (open from 12 noon to 8 p.m. daily) to make picking up orders easy as pie, this restaurant and market has on menu creative offerings like make-at-home pizza and pasta kits, UBC Farms produce and wine. And, when you purchase a Stable House gift card with a value of at least $10, sommelier Matthew Landry will produce an educational video that's equal parts educational and hilarious!
the latest scoop. This fashion favourite's created an online store specifically for this social-distancing time, where you can shop fashion, accessories and, coming soon, decor and gifts.
diane's lingerie. Diane's has ramped up its e-commerce website to include items pertinent to being, well, stuck indoors. Check out their "stay at home sale," as well as lounge layers—hey, might as well be comfy, right?!
the rise eatery. One of our fave dining spots on South Granville has created a virtual restaurant to provide us all with some much-needed comfort food. Called The Comfort Zone, the menu items, including pulled pork, grilled cheese and crispy chicken sandwiches, a well as mac and cheese, meatload and creamy tomato soup, all available through UberEats.
marion scott gallery. Besides posting photos of its artwork on Instagram, Marion Scott Gallery is hosting a virtual opening on IG Live on April 4th, 2020, at 7 p.m., with artist Lindsay McIntyre taking questions!