The Senior Resource Center in Douglas County is working to help senior citizens get food and supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.
Food & Dining
Just Food is giving people two weeks worth of pre-packaged groceries through a drive-thru service. It has plans to expand its services to Franklin and Leavenworth counties.
Bon Appétit is a food lifestyle brand that has become increasingly popular among young people, including KU students. The brand has over 11.4 million social media followers and 4.1 million Youtube subscribers.
Here is a comprehensive list of all Lawrence restaurants that have converted to delivery and takeout only or have closed due to the novel coronavirus.
The owners of Papa Keno’s Pizzeria are planning to move their restaurant this summer into a new space on Mass Street, featuring an upstairs mezzanine and an outdoor front patio.
Big Mill is a new 19th-century Dutch-style windmill-inspired restaurant that serves items such as burgers, hot dogs and Detroit-style pizza.
Concluding 50 years of service, the owner of Border Bandido, a Tex-Mex restaurant on W. 23rd St. in Lawrence, announced it will close its doors in June.
With the Common Ground program, Lawrence has used volunteer work to make use of deserted plots of land for community gardens
Kelli Huslig opened Uplift Coffee Shop after realizing she always had a passion for coffee and people, and she said the goal is to create a positive environment where people in the Lawrence community can unwind and socialize.
Lucia Beer Garden and Grill opens its doors to the KC-based food truck Cheesy Street to freshen up their menu with grilled cheese and macaroni and cheese options.
The University of Kansas Vegan Club is a place for people to learn more about veganism. The club also offers members a sense of community for being around people that hold the same values as them.
Students and faculty can enjoy a variety of Valentine's Day themed treats, including macarons and chocolate-covered strawberries at McLain's Market this holiday.