Please contact us to let us know updates, changes, or new information you’d like us to include.
Food resources in Somerville (you can also call 311)
Because restaurants are only allowed to provide take-out/delivery by the state legislature, many local restaurants provide take-out with free delivery. Support your favorite local business if you can.
Buy groceries online at any of the stores below:
- If you can, please support local stores: Dave’s Fresh Pasta, Somerville Farmers Market,
- National chains: Instacart, Shipt, Walmart Grocery, Amazon Fresh (temporarily out of service)
- Grocery stores are still open, so you can go in person. Most grocery stores have either hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes, so please use these on entering and leaving.
The owners of Diesel Cafe are now offering meals to vulnerable people/families in Somerville and Cambridge. More info coming.
Starting Monday, March 23, diapers will be available for families at no cost, at each of the four school food distribution sites listed below in Somerville. Diapers will be packaged and available by size on Wednesdays only, and can be picked up between 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.
- East Somerville Community School
- West Somerville Neighborhood School
- Winter Hill Community Innovation School (Somerville)
- Healey School (Somerville)
If you are able, please support local businesses. And please let us know of other local businesses that are offering services during this time of crisis.
Spreadsheet of local businesses that are offering services. (Mostly Somerville and Cambridge)
Another spreadsheet of local businesses (mostly Somerville — let us know of any Medford resources)
Nellie’s Wildflowers has online ordering, and they will deliver for free. We got a beautiful bouquet today, brightening up our home/work/school.
Porter Square Books has online ordering and curbside pickup.
Dave’s Fresh Pasta offers online grocery ordering and delivery.