Wear some cool merch or plan a future date night to support your favorite spots.

With near-nationwide orders to close business and discourage gatherings, restaurants aren’t able to open their doors and serve hungry diners. But restaurants are the places we celebrate our most cherished memories and now, more than ever, is an important time to support them. Here are six ways to do so.

Buy Their Swag

Restaurants have always had sweet swag, and now is the ideal time to proudly purchase some merch in support. Go to the sites for your favorite coffee shops, sandwich spots and oyster bars. If you want more inspiration, the team behind Flavour Gallery (which produces shirts for many of the big food festivals) has launched Restaurant Merch, a site where restaurants across the country – Pubbelly in Miami, Johnny Sanchez in NOLA, Sweet Cheeks Q in Boston, to name a few — can sell shirts and bring in revenue. Many local restaurants are still selling their own swag and you can score some pretty sweet stuff like these tiki glasses from Three Dots and a Dash to whip up your own cocktails that look just as fancy as straight from the tiki bar. In Venice, California, the team behind Gjusta and Gjelina sells beautiful handmade ceramic bowls, mugs and plates to change up your home dining routine.