Many businesses are finding ways to continue to serve our community and support their staffs. These businesses are one of the many things that make Detroit, Detroit.
Vault of Midnight - Vault of Midnight is offering curbside pickup Wednesdays through Sundays from 11am-6pm. They also offer mail order fulfillment through their online store.
Spectacles - Zana Smith and her shop Spectacles have been at the center of Detroit's fashion and music scene for over three decades. The shop in Harmonie Park offers clothing, music, books, art, and more.
Checker Bar - Checker Bar is one of the oldest burger bars in the city. Everyone knows about the great burgers and pizzas, but did you know they sell beer-to-go?
Beaverland Farms - Beaverland Farms is a 2-acre homestead and working farm located in the Brightmoor, a northwest neighborhood in Detroit. They are preparing weekly farm boxes of freshly picked vegetables for pick-up.
Chazzano - Chazzano Coffee Roasters roasts over 25 different single origin coffees. They are open during the shutdown with curbside, local delivery, and shipping.
Mudgies - Corktown’s famous deli has embraced it’s building’s history and added groceries to the menu. The building Mudgie’s occupies was once a corner grocery store in the 50s.
Aunt Nee’s - Aunt Nee's is a family owned company established in 1986 by Lydia-Alcala-Schwager. They offer homemade Mexican products such as tortilla chips and salsas.
Hatch Art - Hatch Art is showing artwork from it’s annual juried show, Hatchback, every day on it’s Facebook page during the lockdown. Pieces are available to purchase online.
Flamingo Vintage - Flamingo Vintage is one of the best resale clothing shops in Detroit. Located in a renovated 100 year old department store in Southwest Detroit, their collection includes some great finds from the 1920s on.
Detroit Bus Company - Since the lockdown, Detroit Bus Company has refocused their business towards manufacturing hand sanitizer. Their product uses as many local suppliers as possible.
Two James Spirits - During the lockdown Two James has been manufacturing hand sanitizer for the community. You can swing by the tasting room Wednesdays thru Saturdays between noon and 4pm to pick up some and grab a bottle of one of their great liquors.
Detroit Threads - Detroit Threads is a record and vintage clothing store. In stock you will find Techno, House, Electro, Dub Step as well as many other styles of Electronic music as well as Rock, Soul, Funk.
Luckenbooth - Susan Santer and Monique Given opened Luckenbooth las year on the western edge of Corktown. The occult shop offers items such as candles, oils, organic bulk herbs, teas, incense, crystals, and more.
MotorCity Wine - Motorcity Wine A lot of us think of dancing and socializing when we think about Motorcity Wine. While we can’t get down to our favorite DJs in this Corktown mainstay right now, they are still open for retail sales of wine and beer. Since moving their business to Corktown in 2013, Melissa and David have…
Source Booksellers - Janet Webster Jones, retired educator from The Detroit Public Schools, has been selling books since 2002. Her store, Source Booksellers, is an independent bookstore in Detroit's Midtown district, which sells books and unusual sideline items that enhance your life and your lifestyle.
Detroit Hustles Harder - Detroit Hustles Harder was one of the first retail brands in Eastern Market and has been printing and selling merchandise for the past 12 years. They have Detroit-branded products including outwear, accessories and collaboration pieces for all ages.
Well Done Goods - Bethany Shorb’s Well Done Goods shop opened in 2016 on Gratiot Avenue in Eastern Market. Well Done Goods stocks one of the best selections of Detroit-centric goods, gifts, and wares in the city.
1XRUN - Established in 2011 by Jesse Cory and Dan Armand, 1xRUN ("one-time run") is the world's leading publisher of fine art, and a top online destination for original art and print editions.