Kohl's, 228 Old Eastwood Rd., has reopened with reduced hours from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. It also has dedicated shopping hours for at-risk shoppers from 11 a.m. to noon on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Mayfaire Town Center and Community Center on Military Cutoff Road are open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays. The Mayfaire website has some information about individual store hours for both centers. Call stores and eateries or check their websites or Facebook pages to find the most up-to-date information.
The Rockin' Roller Salon, 1015 S. Kerr Ave., is reopening on Saturday. The waiting room is closed, clients must wear a face mask, temperatures for workers and clients will be taken, among other safety measures. Clients who lost an appointment due to restrictions will be contacted to reschedule.
Wilmington Wine and Design, 1319 Military Cutoff Rd., is open and offering in-studio paint classes. Class sizes are limited to eight guests.
Junction 421, 5104 S. College Rd., will reopen for dine-in service on Friday.
Kornerstone Bistro, 8262 Market St., is reopening on Friday from 5 to 10 p.m. for dine-in and patio seating by reservation only. It is opening for lunch on Monday. Call 686-2296 for reservations.
Lake Park Steakhouse, 12 S. Lake Park Blvd. Carolina Beach, is reopening dine-in service on Friday with outside tables available. Call 707-0996 to make a reservation.
Michael's on the Waterfront, 5 S. Water St., will reopen its dining room on Friday from 5 to 10 p.m. and new hours will be 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling 769-4252.
Steam Restaurant & Bar, 9 Estell Lee Place, it reopening its dining room and open-air terrace on Friday starting at 5 p.m. Call 726-9226 to make a reservation.
The Felix Cafe, 5226 S. College Rd., has reopened for curbside pickup and delivery. To make orders call 399-8060.
The Second Glass, 1540 S. Second St., is reopening for dine-in service starting Friday from 5-10 p.m. There will be dining-room and outside seating. New hours are Wednesday-Saturday 4 to 10 p.m. and Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wine and mimosa kits are still available for pickup.
Blush Haus of Beaute, 1900 Eastwood Rd., has reopened for beauty essential purchases. While it is open for shorter hours it is not offering services in compliance with local guidelines.
Cape Fear Tax & Accounting Solutions, 402 Carl St., staff is on-site during regular business hours. Because it is providing services remotely, clients are encouraged to use the client portal to submit documents for tax preparation and other accounting services. It also has a secure drop box for dropping off documents and is available for telephone and video conferences via Zoom. Call 523-5589 or visit the website at www.cftaxacctg.com and click on the “Book An Appointment” link to schedule a tele/video conference. To request an invitation to our portal or a new client information form, call or email [email protected]
Coastal Floors of Wilmington, Inc., 4209 Oleander Drive, is open to the public by appointment. Call 620-1912 or 262-5996 to schedule an appointment. During COVID-19 the company is to offering wholesale pricing to the general public.
Frank Institute for Health and Wellness, 1630 Military Cutoff Rd., is offering COVID-19 antibody testing. Results are available within 48 hours. Call 679-8534 or visit frankinstitute.com.
The Law Offices of Chris Vonderau, PLLC, 4022 Shipyard Blvd., remains open for business with services to help individuals and small businesses with debt relief. It is fully staffed and can be reached at 202-3110. At this time, all consultations and meetings are held remotely for safety.
ServiceMaster Restoration of Wilmington, 387 Sloop Point Loop, is open and offering COVID-19 decontamination services including cleaning and preventive, protocol to mitigate and risk and exposure. Call 202-4274.
West Shore Home, a home improvement company, announced it will be installing free showers or baths for five healthcare workers or first responders. To nominate a healthcare professional, visit WestShoreHome.com/Heroes.
The Sawmill Restaurant, 5611 Carolina Beach Road, and the Sawmill Grill, 15919 U.S. 17, have reopened. They are serving a full menu of homestyle meals along with family packs. Both restaurants are offering takeout and curbside. They are open from 10:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
David & Associates, Attorneys at Law, 1516 Dawson St., remains open during this time. If someone is hurt, they can call the office at 800-724-0235 for a free consultation. Phones are answered 24/7.
Momentum PT & Wellness, 709 George Anderson Drive, is open and seeing current and new patients. It is utilizing traditional in-clinic physical therapy and offering telehealth appointments and consultations. For further information contact Tyler Whiteside, DPT at 769-1238.
Musicmedic is offering repair lessons via Skype with woodwind technician Ryan Walker. One-on-one lessons can be scheduled at a reduced price. MusicMedic can create lesson plans from its Sax ProShop to homes.
NC TECH Association is offering two free months of membership for those who join now. New member dues will also be extended to June 30.
PrintWorks, The Polka Dot Printer, 2316 S. 17th St., Ste. 150, is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is not currently accepting walk-in business as its retail storefront is closed. Call 422-7777 or email [email protected] to place orders and it will deliver, ship or provide curbside delivery.
Rountree Losee LLP, 2419 Market St., is operating remotely, however, staff is on-site weekdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to facilitate operations. Attorneys can be reached by calling 763-3404 and are available to schedule video or audio conferences through Zoom. To pick up or deliver a package, documents or files at the office, call 763-3404 to make arrangements.
Ship and Mail Plus, 2316 S. 17th St., Ste. 140, is open Monday through Friday from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm. It is a full-service packaging and mailing facility. It handles USPS, UPS, FedEx and DHL. Call 350-3344 for more information.
Sam’s Club, 412 S. College Rd., is adding special shopping hours for healthcare workers and first responders. Those hours are Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m. For members who are seniors, pregnant, at-risk or disabled, it has early shopping hours Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 a.m.
All Ways Graphics, 120 Racine Drive, Unit 3, is open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment. Production hours for fast turnaround on large copy jobs remain the same. It is offering replacement ink and toner cartridges with a 60-day money-back guarantee. If All Ways Graphics does not have a printer's cartridges, it will special order and add them to its inventory. Orders can be made online at www.allwaysgraphics.com for curbside pickup.
Aqua Fedora, 30 N. Front St., is available for online shopping via its website www.aquafedora.com. It is offering 20% off and free shipping with the code “local.”
Camillions Boutique, 112 Market St., is temporarily closed but offers curbside pickup. Orders can be made on its online website, camillionsnc.com. There is free shipping on orders of $25 or more with the code FREE25SHIP. There may be delays in shipping orders.
Half United, 1607 Queen St. Suite 101, is having a “Small Business, Big Sale” sale on Wednesday starting at 10 a.m.. via its website halfunited.com. Items will be 30% off and purchases will help raise money for meals for families in need. The sale will be active for 24 hours.
Burrito Shak in Monkey Junction, 5916 Carolina Beach Road, Suite 150, is closing for the week of April 13 and will reopen Tuesday April 21.
El Cerro Grande locations, 5120 S. College Rd., 341 S. College Rd. and 1051 Military Cutoff Road, are open for curbside pickup and delivery via Grubhub and Takeout Central.
Hang Ten Grill, 308 S. Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach, is open for takeout and delivery from noon to 8 p.m.
K-38 Porters Neck, Oleander and Tower 7 Baja Mexican Grill are open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Orders can be made by phone to place curbside orders or delivery through Takeout Central and Cape Fear Delivery.
Rebellion NC, 15 S. Front St., is offering meats, cheeses and sides by the pound, as well as grocery items, beer and wine to-go and family specials. Orders can be called ahead at 399-1162 and the restaurant is open Tuesday-Sunday from noon to 7 p.m.
Tequila Comida & Cantina, 5607 Carolina Beach Rd., is open and offering online ordering via its Facebook page, Google and tequilacc.com.
Trolly Stop, 4502 Fountain Dr., is offering curbside service by calling 452-3952 and pressing option 1. It has a “happy hour” every day from 2 to 5 p.m. with $1 off all hot dogs. Delivery is also available through Uber Eats, Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates and Cape Fear Delivery.
Aquesta Bank, 901 Military Cutoff Rd., can originate small business loans under the CARES Act. Through the Payroll Protection Program, businesses can qualify for a no-questions-asked loan in the amount of 2.5x the monthly payroll that can be used for payroll and other overhead expenses (rent, mortgage interest, utilities, etc.). If the money is used properly, it could be forgiven. Contact Rick Hunt at [email protected] or 777-9423.
CloudWyze, Wilmington Chamber of Commerce and AcoustiCreations have partnered to launch a public Wi-Fi hotspot for New Hanover County Schools students. The Wi-Fi connection is accessible from the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce parking lot located at 1 Estell Lee Place.
Longley Supply Company, 2018 Oleander Dr., has received an EPA-registered evaporator coil cleaner and disinfectant for residential and commercial air conditioning systems. Call 762-7793.
The Coastal Window & Door Center, 6752 Gordon Rd., is operating normally and with no delays due to carrying products by American-made manufacturers. For cabinet design and quoting call Rachel Trader at 200-6504 or [email protected].
The Coral Edge is offering free, 30-minute consultations for chamber members who may be in need of custom software solutions in order to maintain business continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Wilmington-Cape Fear Home Builders Association is asking the community and members if they have resources to share with others during the pandemic to send them to [email protected]. The association will spread the word to its members. Information should include a name, company, services/products/resources offered and best way to contact.
Most Port City Java locations remain open in Wilmington through curbside pickup and drive-thru with adjusted hours. Google listings reflect hour changes. Orders can be called ahead. For a limited time, all healthcare professionals and first responders can receive 1 free small coffee or $2 off any item of their choice, just show ID. It is also offering bulk items including freshly roasted coffee beans in 12-ounce bags, shelf-stable almond and coconut milks, Monin flavor syrups, chai tea, Mighty Leaf teas, apricot tea, and more.
Port Land Grille, 1908 Eastwood Rd., is temporarily closing until it is okay to open again. This is because the restaurant is not set up for curbside or delivery service. It is offering a 20% discount for all gift certificates sold through the month of April. There is no expiration date on the certificates.
Anderson Air, LLC, 419 Raleigh St. is operating as normal. It is offering 10% off all service calls and maintenance contracts at this time. Visit andersonairwilmington.com.
Heartland Payment Systems has a 90-day online ordering promotion for merchants in need of online ordering software. Restaurants can take payments and orders at no cost for the software. Heartland is deploying the online aspect of its Heartland Restaurant Point of Sale. Accounts are set up on a month-to-month basis and there is no cancelation fee.
Thalian Hall and WHQR present the Cinematique Sofa Series, a new digital program. New independent, documentary, foreign and award-winning films available for viewing remotely for $12 rental fee per film. There will be new films introduced weekly. For more click here.
Breadsmith of Wilmington, 5226 S. College Road 399-8361 and 820 Town Center Drive 679-5057, is open at both locations Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bakery lobbies are open and it is also taking pre-orders for curbside pickup. It has fresh bread and bakery products each day.
Copper Penny, 109 Chestnut St., is open Monday-Friday and offering delivery from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. to businesses for orders more than $50. It also has curbside pickup from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Midtown Incredible Pizza, 3600 S. College Rd., is open for curbside pickup or delivery. Call 791-7080 for orders. The restaurant is currently not accepting cash.
NOMA Restaurant and Wine Market, 8207 Market St., is offering take-home meals with instructions on hoe to re-heat items at home. To order, call 686-9343.
Rounds Golf & Lounge, 6801 Parker Farm Drive, is offering curbside pickup, half-baked pizza and family-style options from the catering menu. I also has a wine selection for pick up. Call 839-3006.
Brunches and King Neptune’s are temporarily closing their locations. They will continue to prepare 100-150 meals everyday and donating them to volunteer and charitable organizations to support current needs. Wednesday is the last day for both restaurants with all sales going to employees and there will be packages for sale such as “Free Brunch for a month.”
Burrito Shak, 5916 Carolina Beach Rd., is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with a full menu and family dinner options. Orders can be made online at burritoshak.com or by calling 399-5895 and can be picked up curbside.
Pine Valley Market, 3520 S. College Rd., is taking grocery orders via email at [email protected] sent by 1 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Orders can be picked up curbside. Click for more.
Taqueria Los Portales, 1207 S. Kerr Ave. and 29 Van Campen Blvd., is open and offering packs for a family of four through curbside pickup.
APR Restoration and Commercial Development Inc., 2908-A Orville Wright Way, is fully operational with all employees working remotely. It is responding 24/7 to emergency water mitigation and fire response. Best way to contact is by calling (877) 942-7762.
Metro MediSpa, 1124 Floral Parkway, is closing its mobile medical spa for in-person visits until April 3. Dr. Connie Odom can provide confidential and discreet telemedicine consultations and prescriptions can be shipped to homes.
Signs By Tomorrow - Wilmington, 112 North Cardinal Dr., Suite 108, is open for business 9 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is also to produce all types of printed material for businesses that may be related to the current crisis including signs and banners as well as any of our regular items. It can conduct business through email and phone and also bring items curbside for pickup. Delivery can be arranged.
TeamLogic IT is providing a limited-time offer to businesses needed assistance setting up remote work and other tools. Those who sign up before April 15 can get the first moth free for Firewall Rental Service, waived setup fees for Core IT services and reduced pricing for Remote Phone Systems.
YWCA of Southeastern N.C. is now offering child care services for essential workers, defined as personnel needed to maintain essential services, including health care providers, pharmacies, grocery stores, restaurants offering takeout and delivery, hardware stores, gas stations, banks, fire and rescue, police, laundromats, skilled contractors, warehouses and more.
The program operates from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the cost is $25 a day for members and $27 a day for no-members for Thursday and Friday. Lunch will be provided. During the week of March 30 to April 3, only five-day rates are available for $125-$135 per week. Locations include the Nir Family YMCA and the Midtown YMCA.
Planet Smoothie, 1427 Military Cutoff Road and 6400 Carolina Beach Road, is serving its full menu of smoothies, acai bowls, coffee, and tea. It is offering walk-ins for takeout, call-ahead orders and curbside pickup at both locations. Delivery is available for large orders. Hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.
Purple Onion Café, 4647 Main Street, Suite 6, Shallotte, with the help pf Highest Praise Church, is offering hot meals for those in need during COVID-19. Packaged hot meals will be distributed at 19 Red Bug Road in Shallotte for the next three Wednesdays (March 25, April 1, April 8) from 4-6 p.m. Food will be distributed drive-thru style and a maximum of four boxes per car will be handed out.
Cape Fear Solar Systems, 901 Martin St., office is currently open as usual and is able to access remote technology when necessary.
Chrysalis Center is offering all its services via telehealth, including telephone or video conference. It is currently accepting new clients for mental health therapy and nutrition counseling. The team specializes in treatment of eating disorders. Staff will take calls at 790-9500 or by email at [email protected].
Copycat Print Shop, 637 S. Kerr Ave., is able to bring orders out to the customer’s car. It also creates banners, including same-day printing, for businesses who need it.
McKee Homes in Wilmington is offering live video home tours and reviewing contracts, home buying orientations, meeting with builders through FaceTime, Zoom or other virtual meeting platforms. Through its Live Video Appointments landing page, home buyers can connect with the online sales team to book a tour and live walk through the homes they are interested in. It also offers 3D interactive virtual tours on its website for each of the floorplans it provides. Additionally, McKee has a free design app for home buyers thinking about building a home to design their home.
Wine & Design, 1319 Military Cutoff Road Suite JJ, is offering $25 take-home canvas paint kits that includes pre-traced canvases, brushes, mixing plate, napkins and print of painting. While the items are sold out, email [email protected] to be added to the waitlist. It is also offering a “Welcome Truck DIY Paint Kit” online that includes unfinished wood shapes, paint, foam brushes, brush set and more.
YWCA of the Lower Cape Fear, 2815 S. College Road, is offering childcare services for essential business employees such as healthcare workers, first responders, grocery store workers, etc. The organization is accepting kids ages 0-12. To reserve a spot for childcare, contact the YWCA at [email protected] no later than March 26th by 5 p.m.
Harrelson Center campus, 20 N. Fourth St., is currently closed to visitors with staff working remotely. The Help Hub at the Harrelson Center is receiving emergency financial assistance requests through an online form and messages to 769-5357.
Prana Salt Cave, 7110 Wrightsville Ave., which closed on Friday, is offering a “Buy one, get one free” salt session to use for up to a year after re-opening. That is $35 for two 45-minute salt sessions. The sessions can be purchased here.
Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered all gyms, nail salons and theaters to close by Wednesday. All gatherings of more than 50 are banned also.
Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity ReStores are temporarily closed to the public. There will not be scheduling for new donation pickups and drop-offs will not be accepted until it reopens.
Farmers Supply Company, 2025 Oleander Drive, is open with extended Spring hours seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sundays. The store is currently only allowing ten customers in the store and ten in the Garden Center at a time. Curbside pickup and delivery are also available. There is a contact form at the top of its website: farmerssupplyco.com to arrange curbside pickup or delivery.
Mayfaire has gathered a list of restaurants, retailers and grocery stores open for business with updated hours. The most up-to-date list can be found at mayfaire.com/shop.
Kohls, 228 old Eastwood Road, is temporarily closing all its stores through at least April 1.
Petco stores are now operating under reduced hours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This is to allow time for cleaning and restocking. Some location are offering new services like pet hand-off, drop-off and text notifications to minimize personal contact. All grooming salons will remain open with reduced hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The number of grooming appointments has been reduced and self-services dog wash, dog training and puppy playtime have been temporarily canceled.
Thrive Family Dental, 8115 Market St. Suite 204, is closing its offices to all patients except for dental emergencies for three weeks starting in March 18. This is under recommendations from the American Dental Association and the N.C.Dental Board. Dental offices are a high-risk are for catching and transmitting the virus due to the number of patients, duration of contact and proximity to patients during treatment.
Walgreens pharmacies are updating its store hours to 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. during weekdays and 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. drive-thru only at 24-hour stores. It is also offering drive-thru shopping for select health, cleaning and grocery items. Clients are also able to consult with a healthcare provider and chat with a pharmacist via the Walgreens app.
CloudWyze, 720 N. Third St., is offering a limited-time offer to businesses who sign up for cloud-based services until March 30 to ease remote working operations. The offer includes free expedited migration and implementation, 3 months of service and support.
CustomEyes, 1540 S. Second St., is setting up visits by appointment only in individual sessions to avoid close contact between clients. Instead of standard measurements used for proper lens design, CustomEyes has a photographic no-touch method for measurements and design. To schedule an appointment, call or text 399-7200 or send an email to [email protected].
Murchison, Taylor & Gibson, PLLC, 1979 Eastwood Road Suite 101, is available through phone, computer network and email. While some personnel are working remotely video conferencing is available.
State Employee’s Credit Union is temporarily transitioning to drive-thru-only service, according to a news release. This is to reduce the possibility of transmission of the coronavirus. Members who need to access safe deposit boxes, drop off tax return information or inquire about loans should call their brand to schedule an appointment. To apply for a loan or deposit check, the bank encourages member to use the website ncsecu.org.
Wilmington Eye is suspending all routine and non-urgent appointments starting Thursday morning. Offices are still helping patients who need urgent care regarding their vision. The decision, according to Wilmington Eye, was based on recommendations from the CDC and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Wrightsville Beach Brewery, 6201 Oleander Drive, is launching its “grocery” service Thursday to help reduce the burden on grocery stores and prevent food waste on the restaurant side. The grocery items will initially be items already in stock at the brewery, but plans are to expand. The brewery is also open for curbside pickup and delivery within a 4-mile radius.
Wilmington Ale Trail is compiling a list of breweries, bottle shops and bar updates including pick up, delivery and to-go options. The list, found here, will be updated daily.
Per Fidem, 1904 Eastwood Road, is closing its store until further notice. Orders can still be made at its website Perfidem.com with free shipping and returns on all orders. Per Fidem is also available by email and on social media.
Ulta Beauty is temporarily closing all stores as of 6 p.m. Thursday, including the Wilmington location at 840 Inspiration Dr., until at least March 31. Online pickup in-store will not be available during this time. It is offering free shipping for online purchases of $15 or more.
Target stores, including the Wilmington location at 4711 New Centre Dr., are reducing hours and closing all stores by 9 p.m. daily, according to an announcement Wednesday. This is to restock items and deeply clean stores. Target is also reserving the first hour of shopping each Wednesday for vulnerable guests including the elderly and those with underlying health concerns.
Uber Eats is offering a $0 delivery fee for all local restaurants starting today.
All restaurants and bars in the state must close starting at 5 p.m Tuesday as a response to the coronavirus, according to an announcement by Gov. Roy Cooper.
Restaurants and bars can still offer delivery and takeout.
Gov. Cooper is scheduled to host a press conference to announce a new executive order closing all dine-in options for customers in response to COVID-19.
The executive order will also include an expansion of unemployment insurance to help North Carolina workers affected by COVID-19. The announcement did not state how long the closures would last for.
To watch the live stream of the conference, go to https://www.ncdps.gov/storm-update.Regal Cinemas announced the closure of all its theater locations, including Wilmington at 900 Town Center Drive, starting Tuesday, until further notice.
American Water & Fire of Wilmington is able to disinfect local homes and businesses to eliminate the coronavirus through professional deep cleaning and disinfecting services, according to a news release. The company uses government-approved, qualified chemicals that disinfect against the new coronavirus. Services are available in homes, local schools, hospitals and other public spaces.
Besides cleaning services, American Water & Fire also provides clients with guidance on how to maintain the space after cleaning and a list for maintaining the environment clean.
Beach Babes & Buckets, a cleaning service, is temporarily expanding its services to include prescription delivery, grocery shopping and other services during the coronavirus. It also offers discounted cleaning packages for elderly clients.
Fleet Feet Wilmington now offers curbside pickup, home delivery and shipping options. Delivery is available within a 15-mile radius from the store for purchases over $50.
Julia's Florist is including an alcohol wipe with every floral arrangement to sanitize vases and containers to respond to the virus. It is also implementing a daily wellness check to employees. It is not able to deliver flowers to hospitals because they have asked to stop non-essential deliveries until further notice.
Porter's Neck Veterinary Hospital is taking extra precautions due to the coronavirus. For appointments and medicine pickup, clients should remain in their cars and contact the office by phone. Clients should remain in their cars during appointments and technicians and doctors will go to the vehicle to discuss recommendations. The same procedure should be followed for pet boarding.
Sano Steam is providing hospital-grade disinfecting and sanitizing services to businesses and homes. Services include fogging and wipe-downs with hospital-grade disinfectants.
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