Pantry essentials'mini store opening at deli Carvery Kitchen

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A week after launching a kid’s prep meal delivery, favorite of the stars Carvery Kitchen is opening a pantry essential’ mini store to help its community

Carvery Kitchen is known for its slow roasted meats and its new and exciting twist on your typical deli food. its expertise ranges from walk in lunches, to pop ups, special events, meal prep deliveries, and custom catering experiences. it is also offering full meal delivery services in which clients can choose a variety of cooked to order, ready to heat and serve meals that are made from a variety of local ingredients to provide the customer with a taste of the comfort food that carvery is known for. the produce used is local and the meats come from reputable vendors.

Carvery Kitchen is now offering the essentials paired with comfort during the pandemic.

Known for its slow roasted brisket and other comfort food, Carvery Kitchen will be transforming its dining room into a pop up grocery store filled with all the essentials you are currently looking for at the big name market. Minimizing exposure to others and offering a much less crowded shopping experience for the community during this time of need is just another way they are doing what they can to help. To ensure the health and safety of their customers and employees, all those entering the restaurant will be provided with disposable gloves while shopping.

Carvery Kitchen is owned by Diana Brigitt and Kathy Panchenko. Diana and Kathy have known each other for decades. Early on, both Dina and Kathy had a passion for the restaurant business and bringing people together through food. Years later, that passion is stronger than ever, and the pair decided to start their own restaurant called Carvery Kitchen. Built on the foundation of quality ingredients, made right by those with a passion for the art of cooking, Carvery Kitchen was born.

“We wanted to help ease the stress in the community during this strange time. People are avoiding large retailers and are afraid to venture out with others. We wanted to help provide a little relief and good vibes by offering pantry essentials in our neighborhood restaurant. A new way to still bring people together while social distancing. “declare Carvery Kitchen’s Diana and Kathy. To that end, Carvery Kitchen is offering now the following:

  • Available in its store: toilet paper, paper towels, gloves, vegetables, fruits, eggs, sugar, milk, meats, pasta….
  • For children under 18: free grab-and-go meal available for curbside pick-up (child must be present) 8:00a - 7:00p. Just drop by, no advance order necessary.
  • For seniors 65 and over: 30% off all meals (free delivery). Order by phone or online.
  • For all customers (dine-in area closed):

             *Free delivery within 5 miles through March 31. Delivery beyond 5 miles also available.
             *Low cost ready-to-heat meal packages (15 or 20 meal options — menu available at http://www.carverykitchen.com).

To ensure the health and safety of its staff and guests the restaurant has increased sanitation efforts, is operating with a minimal team, and has closed its dine-in area (curbside pick-up available). They have also implemented extra sanitation measures to assure social distancing and safety standards are being met.

Carvery Kitchen is located in the Pico and Robertson neighborhood of West LA, at 8832 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035 and is open from 8am to 7pm daily
their website is http://www.carverykitchen.com
Please call (310) 450-0880, to order directly
Please call Nathalie Dubois at DPA +13103134143 or email her at nathalied@dpagroup.org for press interviews, or request samples.

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