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Do your bit to help small business

Posted: 8am 03 Aug 2021

The snap COVID-19 lockdown has hit many businesses hard across the Moreton Bay Region. Let’s do what this community does best – support each other. It's time to be #MoretonBayTough once again. Here’s how you can help.

Grab takeaway from your favourite café/restaurant

Many cafes and restaurants worked quickly to switch over to takeaway across the weekend and are offering deals and gourmet boxes to take home and enjoy.

Here’s a list of the venues we know about but if your local isn’t listed, give them a call or reach out on social media to find out how you can support them. 

Pilpel Express

Newport

Takeaway pilpelexpress.com.au

Moreton Bay Kitchen

Moreton Bay region

Meals to go moretonbaykitchen.com.au

The Squealing Pig

Burpengary

Takeaway thesquealingpig.com.au

Morgans Seafood Market and Takeaway

Scarborough

Takeaway morganseafood.com.au

Zambrero

Redcliffe

Pick up or delivery zambrero.com.au

Sea salt and vine Cafe

Scarborough

Takeaway seasaltandvine.com.au

Dude & Duke Beer Hall

Deception Bay

Takeaway and drive thru dudeandduke.com.au

Letter M Espresso

Woody Point and Redcliffe

Takeaway Facebook

The Toasted Pig

Burpengary

Order online toastedpig.com.au

The Deli-Redcliffe

Redcliffe

In store and home delivery hollieandlola.com

Fishn at Bells Beach

Clontarf

Takeaway only fishnatbellsbeach.com.au

Told You So

North Lakes

Takeaway only. Facebook

Shields Street Eats

Redcliffe

shieldssteats.com.au

Smokin Butts and Racks

*pick up from Dakabin and Clontarf

smokinbuttsandracks.com.au

Merge Cafe

Clontarf

Lockdown takeaway specials. Facebook

Gilly’s Ready to Go

Albany Creek

Online and home delivery. gillysreadytogo.com.au

The Golden Ox

Margate

Takeaway goldenoxtakeaways.com

Fearnley’s Seafood

Scarborough

Phone 0427 964 649

Basil & Co

Scarborough

Phone 0436 012 851. Closed Monday & Tuesday

2 Chefs and a cupcake

Warner

Takeaway and home delivery 2chefsandacupcake.com

Fort Specialty Coffee

North Lakes

Takeaway fortcoffee.com.au

The Dugong Cafe

Caboolture

Takeaway and drive thru. Phone 0466 960 471

Pastaissimo Cuisine

North Lakes

Takeaway. Facebook

Annie Lane

Bribie

Takeaway + breakfast & brunch boxes. Phone 3408 1679

Blu Coyote

Rothwell

Facebook

Blue Infusion

North Lakes

Blueinfusion.com.au

Sift Cafe

Scarborough

Takeaway. Phone 3880 1838

Mama Macs Tucker Stop

Kippa-Ring

Takeaway. Phone 3142 0063

Flock Eatery

Redcliffe

Takeaway. flockeatery.com

Beardy’s Bar & Kitchen

Kippa-Ring

Takeaway and limited hours beardysbarandkitchen.com.au

Flinders Food & Cafe

North Lakes

Takeaway. Phone 0408 235 205

Gather and Feast

Caboolture

Takeaway and breakfast and brunch boxes. Phone 5432 3876

What’s in the Pot

Redcliffe

Order online. whatsinthepotosteria.com

Our Farmacy

Delivering to Burpengary, Caboolture, Morayfield, Deception Bay, Dakabin, North Lakes, Murrumba Downs, Kallangur, Griffin. Petrie, Narangba

Order online. ourrawearth.com.au

White Horse Ranch

Albany Creek

Take home dinner packs whitehrseranch.com.au

Tarts and beans

Clontarf

Phone 0431 270 806

Soul Harvest Wholefood cafe

Margate

Soulharvestwholefoodscafe.com

Marvelous Fish and chips

Scarborough

Facebook

VietHouse Scarborough

Scarborough

Takeaway. Phone 2001 2902

3Eightnine

Scarborough

Facebook

Bella Sicilia

Margate

Bellasicilia.com.au

Flavours of Eataly

Thursday - Newport and Saturday - Woody Point

www.flavoursofeataly.com.au

food truck

Kashiwa Japan

Scarborough

3880 9343 

Support a Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival Vendor

The snap lockdown meant the Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival had to be cancelled just minutes after opening.

This had a direct impact on producers, wineries, breweries, food trucks, performers and others who had bought stock, prepared and grown food and committed to make the event the biggest and best the region had ever seen.

The organiser, (not-for-profit) Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism, has created a website with links to all those businesses affected in a bid to rally the community to help. Find it here

Shop online

Many businesses have closed in line with the lockdown requirements and will not open until at least next Sunday and while their front doors might be closed, they may still be open for business online.

Jump onto their website and Facebook page and see what services and products are still available – many are offering contactless pick-up or delivery.

If you’re able to, stock up on a few items or buy for family and friends.

Make a recommendation

We know lockdowns don’t last forever and when businesses reopen, they will need as much support as they can get.

If you know a local business that offers outstanding service and products, use the power of social media to give them a plug.

Post a photo and recommendation and tag the business, so your friends/followers can find the business easily and support it, when it reopens.

Have you been to an amazing local accommodation provider for a staycation or enjoyed a tourism experience in the region? Post a photo from your stay or experience, a recommendation and tag the business. You might just prompt a booking or two.

Pay it forward

Many people are struggling with the latest lockdown, so if you have the means to buy a coffee or takeaway meal for the next person in line you’ll not only give them a boost but make the businessowner or staff member serving you feel good. It’s a genuine ripple-effect!

Often these gestures are recounted on social media, so that feel-good vibe goes much further. It happened heaps during the last lockdown and we know some of you are already at it again.

Let’s be #MoretonBayTough together

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