Who’s open, current offers, adjusted services and innovative ways for you to continue to support Myrtle Avenue’s businesses.
As the country faces the uncertainty created by COVID-19 pandemic, the Myrtle Avenue Partnership has created a list of resources available for the Fort Greene and Clinton Hill community.

We will be updating the list of resources regularly so check back often.
  How to Support Businesses & Local Workers 

Here are a few ways you can help:

  • Shop online. Many Myrtle Avenue retailers have online shops open. While some shops may not have an online store, they are available to help you get what you need via phone call, Instagram DMs, or other methods if necessary.
  • Purchase gift cards. Some local businesses are closed now but they will be open again, so purchase a gift card now to help the business get cash and save the card for later… or send it to a quarantined loved one to show them that you are thinking of them!
  • Order carry-out or delivery. Even though all dining-in in NYC is off, for now, many restaurants are taking carry-out orders or delivering. Try calling your delivery order in to help the restaurant avoid high fees from online ordering/delivery companies. Tipping the same amount you would dining in is also a great support to service workers.
  • Supporting Workers. For those businesses who have had to close entirely, and let their staff go for the moment, you can consider donating to a business’ employee fund. We have a list of available donation campaigns, both locally and nationally, at
  • Resources to Help Employees

    If you are a worker who has experienced a lay-off or reduction in ours, please review these resources. If you are a business owner, please share these with your staff.
    • Mental Health Services for Service Workers
    • This easy questionnaire from the City will help you identify benefits like food and rent assistance that you are eligible for
    • For kitchen staff, apply for a food prep position at Rethink Food in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. They are currently hiring more staff to help them meet the rising demand for emergency response food service.


     Financial Assistance

    Below are links to sites where customers can donate to support impacted workers and where impacted workers can apply for assistance from recently created worker support funds.

  • Please support community mutual aid, aimed at the basic needs of Fort Greene/Clinton Hill seniors, people with compromised health and people without income here: Go Fund Me for Neighbors in NeedNeedPlease
  • Please be advised that the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership is not affiliated with any of these donation sites or campaigns and cannot guarantee how donated funds will be used

Please check MYRTLEAVENUE.ORG LOCAL COVID-19 GUIDE to see get the latest updates and resources.

Who’s Open & What’s Happening


Here’s who’s open for delivery and take-out. Contact each business for their specific delivery or take-out details:


  • Green In Bklyn, 342 Myrtle Ave, (718) 855-4383 – Open and serving up eco-friendly essentials, like household goods from the Unscented Company and more to keep you and your household clean and fresh. Contact the store for adjusted hours.
  • Corkscrew Brooklyn, 489 Myrtle, (718) 230-9463 – Store is open and fully stocked. When you visit, please adhere to their “no touch” policy. It’s nostalgic, really, taking us back to memories of being a kid in a grocery store. Delivery is also available.
  • T/PSY, 584 Myrtle, (347) 599-1672 – Open, happy to serve you either in-store or with contactless delivery. Contact the shop or visit their website to order.
  • Myrtle Wine & Spirits, 166 Myrtle, While their sister bar, Vine BK, is not serving up cocktails, you can still pop into the shop to pick up a bottle to enjoy at home.
  • NYC Pets, 464 Myrtle, (718) 636-3848 – still open during normal business hours AND offering delivery through their online shop at (free delivery offer available!)
  • Your Favorite Corner Store – your stand-by bodega is not about to let you down. Stop in to find life’s essentials or grab a sandwich to go.
  • Blick Art Supplies – Open with reduced hours and curbside delivery. Simply call (718) 789-0308 or email to place your order, one of their team members will shop for you, and deliver. Making it easy to tackle those are projects while you “work from home.”
  • Pipsqueak, 469 Myrtle, (718) 636-6044 – Open from 12pm-6pm this week and stocked with puzzles, games, and books for kids to keep them entertained. Note that children’s salon services are currently suspended.
  • Clinton Hill Hardware, 452 Myrtle Ave – Like a rock, keeping normal hours and (as of 5pm on 3/16) stocked with anti-bacterial products and gloves.


  • Sacred Brooklyn – Log on for daily online yoga and meditation classes. Sign-up for your next class!
  • SouthBridge Fitness – Their fitness revolution is now streaming into your living room. Webinar classes are streaming four times a day. Sign-up here.
  • CKO Kickboxing – Classes are moving online and potential for outdoor classes with plenty of space between anyone. Sign-up for their newsletter for updates.
  • Move With Grace – both private and group classes are heading online. Contact the studio for full info.


  • Bravo Supermarket, 331 Myrtle Ave, 718 855 3715
  • Key Food Supermarket, 492 Myrtle Ave, 718 857 5579 (Senior hours starting on Monday, 6am-7:30am)
  • Khim’s Millennium Market, 536 Myrtle Ave, 718 819 1708
  • Greene-Ville Garden, 373 Myrtle Ave, 718 222 3733
  • Mr. Coco, 414 Myrtle Ave, 347 987 4578
  • New Saba Deli & Grocery, 382 Myrtle Ave, 718 522 6848
  • NY Fresh Market, 150 Myrtle Ave, 718 855 3200


              Three Stars Laundromat, 439 Myrtle Ave, 718 855 2262
               Wash Cycle II, 340 Myrtle Ave, 718 222 8033



  • FRIDAY, MARCH 20: free lunch pick-up at Brooklyn Sweet Spot on Myrtle from 12-2pm. First come, first served while supplies last
  • EVERYDAY: suggested $3 lunch at Rethink Cafe (154 Clinton, just off Myrtle) between 11am-3pm. Meals will be provided to anyone regardless if they can pay the $3 or not.
  • EVERYDAY: free breakfast and lunch meals to grab-and-go from any NYC public school for K-12 students from 7:30am-1:30pm
  • EVERYDAY: free lunch for seniors 60+ at the Willoughby Senior Center on N. Portland (ID required) from 11am-2pm
  • The monthly Fort Greene & Farragut Pantry at the Navy Yard Boys & Girls Club has been postponed. It will not take place this Saturday, March 21. For updates on the rescheduled date, follow Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership on Facebook.