Dear loyal subscribers,
COVID-19 has greatly affected our business and the way we have become accustomed to producing the Local Palate. Typically, we work at least two months out to put together our publication, but mandated social distancing policies, talent availability, travel bans, restaurant and bar closures, and interruptions to our printing and distribution supply chain have created new obstacles and challenges in putting together this issue. As such, we have decided to not print our standard June.July issue, and instead offer you a special digital edition filled with a collection of our favorite summer recipes from chefs, mixologists, and more across the South.
While this decision is a difficult one for us, we are hopeful that you will continue to support us while we all work through these challenging and uncertain times. Subscribers are the lifeblood of our publication, and you are critical to our continued success. Without your continued commitment, TLP would not exist.
Thank you in advance for your understanding and ongoing support of the Local Palate. Please keep an eye out for our digital edition, which will be available starting the week of June 22. You will be notified via email on where and how to access it in the coming weeks.
Don’t forget, your print subscription comes with complimentary access to our digital edition. If you want to dig into our archives before the summer issue comes out, you can log in using the email and password you created during the subscription process.
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Stay safe and be well.
Publisher & CEO
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