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In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, officials have recommended that people limit large gatherings, regularly wash hands, and stay home if they’re feeling sick.

Social distancing and self-imposed quarantines are good for community health during the COVID-19 outbreak, but with the cancellation of large events and Lakelanders choosing to stay home, this can be a challenge for small businesses.

City of Lakeland’s Cancelations & Closures list

Lakeland businesses are getting creative and continuing to serve residents in new ways, such as restaurants offering order-ahead, curb-side pick-up and delivery options. Retailers are staying open and taking online orders or closing their doors and offering free shipping.

We are urging small businesses and Lakelanders to use the hashtag #SupportLkld in an effort to stay up to date with the latest information and news regarding their businesses. 

Here are a few examples of local businesses that are open and taking precautionary measures in order to serve you and your family during this time. #SupportLkld 

Restaurants / Bars

Honeycomb Bread Bakers
Nineteen61
Yard On Mass
Good Thyme
The Joinery Lakeland
Sābu Ramen
Cob&Pen
MOJO Federal

Black & Brew
Born & Bread
Red Door
Cafe Zuppina
Polk City BBQ
The Poor Porker
Federal Bar Lakeland
Mitchell’s Coffee House
La Imperial Lakeland
Union Hall Events 
Old South Country Market
Crispers

Retail

Dug Out Mugs
Bloom Shakalaka
Twenty Seven
Gaines Jewelers

Salons & Beauty

Establish 37
Venue Salon
Bella Visage Lakeland

Fitness

The Balance Culture