A new app is connecting the community with restaurants, making it easier to support local restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic through to go, take away, curbside and delivery options.
It’s called NASHStrong and it was created to help highlight locally-owned restaurants with hours, offerings, and ways to help our community during the COVID-19 crisis.
App creator, Steve Rhodes says, “We built the app to highlight locally-owned restaurants, bars, and essential businesses that are putting it on the line to serve the Nashville community during the Safer at Home campaign.”
It offers updated information to users for over 250 businesses which are curated and aggregated daily.
“Between the local team in Nashville and our remote team around the world, we are working 24/7 to keep the app updated and aggregate all of the operating information and procedures for local establishments,” said Rhodes.
He continued, “My business has slowed dramatically due to the virus so we are putting all of our time and resources into serving our local hospitality community that is so vital to making Nashville and awesome place to live and visit.”
The information is divided into categories of food, drink, groceries, pharmacy, and others. Once you select a category, you can find the listing of businesses. For food, you will find a listing of restaurants, their hours, phone number and a link to their menu.
In addition, you can also find a way to give back to the community through local charities and relief funds created for the hospitality community.
Find more information at NASHstrong.app.