6 Local Businesses To Help During The Coronavirus In Norman
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6 Local Businesses To Help During The Coronavirus In Norman

It's time to help support our local businesses to save our favorite spots!

6 Local Businesses To Help During The Coronavirus In Norman

Norman is a super special town with amazing and talented OU students. But since the campus is closed because of COVID-19, it is so important that as citizens of Norman that we make sure our favorite businesses survive during these difficult times. All of these businesses are either on-campus corner or around Norman and they are all offering drive-through or curbside pick up so make sure you go check them out!

1. Fuzzys Taco Shop


Yum! Who loves tacos? I've been thinking about the chicken nachos lately. For any OU student, and even the parents, Fuzzys holds a special place in everyone's hearts and it would honestly be devastating to campus corner if they didn't make it. Follow their Instagram @fuzzystacoshop

2. TeaCafe


Classic Green Milk Tea from Tea Caf: If you're feeling something low-key try the classic green milk tea! It has a subtle floral flavor and is mildly sweet! Thai Tea: A classic favorite for anyone with a huge sweet tooth! This consists of Tea Caf's own brewed thai tea with condensed milk. It's only 50 cents more to make it a large! I'm not sure what their Instagram is or if they have one, but still go support them!

3. Picklemans


Pickleman's has the best pizza, soups, salads and sandwiches! 10/10 recommend. Follow their Instagram @picklemans

4. The Baked Bear


I scream for ice-cream, literally. Baked Bear's ice cream is AMAZING. I've never met someone who didn't like going to the Baked Bear. Follow their Instagram @thebakedbear

5. Diamond Dawgs


Diamond Dawgs surprises everyone with FREE DOOR DASH DELIVERY on certain days or on the weekends so make sure you keep up with their Instagram @diamonddawgsnorman

6. The Mont


The Mont has such a broad menu of items but they're offering specials! Follow their Instagram @themontlife

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