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While many Atlanta-area restaurants have switched to delivery/takeaway only in response to the COVID-19 pandemic (check the ongoing list here), several have opted to completely shutter in an ultimate show of social distancing.
What Now Atlanta (WNA) has rounded up those temporary eatery and retail closures in this list.
Unless otherwise noted, the establishments listed are closed until further notice.
As Cities around the country mandate that brick-and-mortar businesses close down, and residents shelter in place, Atlanta has not yet put forward such order; although an announcement in the very near future is likely.
Stay tuned to WNA for ongoing updates as they become available.
RUNNING LIST OF TEMPORARY RESTAURANT CLOSINGS IN ATLANTA/METRO ATLANTA
C&S Seafood & Oyster Bar- Roswell-Tentatively reopening April 6th.
Le Petit Marche: Tentatively reopening March 31st.
Red Sky Tapas & Bar will be open through this Saturday evening, March 21 and will be closed as of Sunday, March 22 through April 6 until further notice.
South City Kitchen: Tentatively reopening March 29th.
St. Cecilia: Tentatively reopening March 23 for takeout and delivery only.
The Consulate: Tentatively reopening April 1st.
RUNNING LIST OF TEMPORARY RETAILER CLOSINGS
Apple: All stores outside of China are closed until March 27.
Float Atlanta: Tentatively reopening March 31st.
Lenox Square Mall: Tentatively reopening March 27.
Macy’s: All Macy’s, Inc. stores including Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Bluemercury, Macy’s Backstage, Bloomingdales the Outlet and Market by Macy’s stores will close by end business March 17, 2020 through March 31, 2020.
Mall of Georgia: Tentatively reopening March 29.
Nordstrom: Closing for two weeks beginning March 17.
North Georgia Premium outlets: Tentatively reopening March 29.
Phipps Plaza: Tentatively reopening March 29.
Sugarloaf Mills: Tentatively reopening March 29.
Town Center Cobb: Tentatively reopening March 29.
Von Maur: Tentatively reopening March 27.