Support The Boulevard- Grocery Shelves are Stocked, Lots of Options for Take-out and Resources on COVID-19
Shopping Local Remains the Best Option
While it remains unclear how long this unprecedented situation will continue, we want to assure you that we are doing everything in our power to serve as a useful resource to you.
As news of the COVID-19 outbreak reshapes our reality, there’s no doubt that this is a challenging time for our community. Small businesses are particularly at risk at this time. One of the best things we can do for them and our community as a whole is to shop local.
The Boulevard’s ethnic grocery stores remain a great outlet for less expensive, fresh produce, meat, fish, dairy, perishables and the shelves are by and large very well stocked.
Pancho Villa Farmer’s Market
North Park Produce
Sin Lee Market
African Carribean Market
World Foods Supermarket
5245 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115(619) 265-9988
Tacos, Coffee and Vegan- The Boulevard has Ample Options for Take-out
Please show your support to our small business community. While regulations are changing rapidly, take advantage of the vast options for take out food and drinks and help keep Boulevard businesses open during this dramatic economic downturn. Delivery apps are working on our behalf, but even better, call these local business directly so that they don’t have to pay service fees.
Tacos To-Go on The Boulevard
Tacos La Mezcla
Restaurant: 2302 El Cajon Blvd
Blvd Court Food Truck: 2104 El Cajon Blvd
El Tianguis Rolled Taquitos
Mexicali Street Tacos
Tacos El Panson
Coffee Along The Boulevard
Coffee & Tea Collective
Vegan Restaurants Offering Food to Go & Delivery
The Modern Vegan
Thanh Tinh Chay
Other Essential Businesses Still Open
Many essential businesses are still open on The Boulevard. This includes some medical facilities, convenience stores, financial institutions and certain automotive-related businesses. Here is just a short list.
North Park Modern Dentistry
Postal Convenience Center
Information about COVID-19
The response to Coronavirus or COVID-19 is evolving rapidly as both state and local agencies ramp up public health infrastructure and release new protocols. The best resources to stay up to date are the California Department of Public Health’s webpage as well as the federal Centers for Disease Control and San Diego County Public Health.
The Boulevard has developed a list of links, information and resources that will be updated as soon as we are aware of new details. That information can be found here.
If you have thoughts to share or if there is anything we can do for you, please contact us.