Small Businesses

September Lull Here on Suncoast – Don’t forget our Local Small Businesses

Labor Day is in the rearview mirror; kids are navigating the complexities of school after 2020 took them nearly all virtual, and there is a lull here on the Suncoast. September shepherds in the days before the holiday season and snowbirds from other states making the migration to our communities for the winter. This lull means not a lot of activity in many sectors of our area, from theatre, live events, and not many people on vacation to keep the tourist places hopping. Soon the holiday season will be in full swing, traffic will pick up, and hopefully, our now post-pandemic fall and winter season will be upon us more vibrant than 2020 for certain.

Don’t Forget Small Businesses

Restaurant September

Remember, though, that restaurants and other Suncoast small businesses don’t normally have no bills or obligations this time of year. Instead, they are staffing up, training, and getting ready for the holiday season. So, during this lull, where it might see many of us staying home or just so tired from work, school, and fall sports to do much else – let’s remember our local small businesses. From restaurants to retailers, show them a little lull love.

As many parents and others know, while the community at large might be not as socially busy – home lives can be. Fall sports are starting, most kids are in school while some are virtually learning still for a host of reasons, and balancing that with work can be hard. Remember small businesses like these restaurants below offer curbside pick-up options, online ordering, and to-go that can help ensure you stay moving while still eating local to help these businesses.

Swordfish Grill and Tiki
Goldrush BBQ
Piccolo Italian Market & Deli
Slicker’s Eatery
Clancy’s Irish Pub
Primo Ristorante
Clayton’s Siesta Grille
Tarpon Bay Grill
Hurricane Hanks
Wings n Weenies
Bravos Pizza
Piccolo Market
Cortez Seafood

Here on the Suncoast we thrive as a diverse community. The pandemic has strained many small businesses that had to shutter for extended times. Many did pivot and learn to do business in new ways like curbside pick-up, home delivery, and other options. Now with this lull in business again in September we all need to help if possible keep these struggling business afloat here on the Suncoast. Eat local helps keep diversity in the businesses that call the Suncoast home. Thank you from all local business owners here on the Suncoast – Here’s to a Great Fall!

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