Suviche & Novecento launch COVID-19 Stimulus Package and Digital Market

South Florida restaurants Suviche and Novecento have shut their doors for in-person dining due to public health concerns. However, they have developed creative solutions in the form of a COVID-19 stimulus package, digital market and curbside pickup to keep the community fed.

Beginning immediately, restaurant patrons can order a number of discounted items from each restaurant as part of the COVID-19 Stimulus Package. Suviche’s offers include 50% off all sushi rolls, select ceviches and tasteful specialties, while Novecento will be offering the same discount on all handmade pastas and salads. These items can be ordered at suviche.com and novecento.com for curb-side pickup, with the package brought to the car window, or delivery.

In addition to the Stimulus Package, Novecento has launched a “Novecento Market” to provide fresh meats, sides and discounted wines for delivery or takeout. With this model, those self-quarantined within their homes can still have access to the same food and drink they might find in a grocery store.

Both restaurants are also offering all items on their regular menus for delivery and pickup. Guests can use the code WEBPROMO to receive $5 off online orders. Those opting for delivery can request “no-contact delivery” if they would prefer not to interact with the delivery driver.

To order from Suviche, call (954) 656-3663 or visit suviche.com. To order from Novecento, call (305) 466-0900 for the Aventura location, (786) 871-4935 for the Doral location, (305) 403-0900 for the Miami location, or visit Novecento.com.

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