Here’s a running list of South Florida restaurants’ novel coronavirus-related closings thus far. But the situation is changing rapidly, and this article will be updated regularly, so if you spot any closings, please submit a tip to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Time Out Market Miami will be closed until further notice beginning March 16. All Time Out Markets worldwide have been temporarily closed as well.
- Danny Serfer’s eateries Blue Collar, Mignonette, and Vinaigrette will be temporarily closed until further noticed beginning March 16.
- Cafe La Trova will temporarily close operations beginning March 16. All remaining food will be cooked, boxed and shared with staff to bring home to their families.
- Sweet Liberty announced on Instagram it will be closing temporarily beginning March 16. It promises to reschedule its much anticipated St. Patrick’s Day party to another date once re-open.
- Gramps announced it would be “social distancing” until further notice. Its on-site pizza by the slice spot, Pizza Tropical, remains open for delivery and pick up.
- Capital One Cafes nationwide, including its Miami Beach and Coral Gables locations, have temporarily closed until further notice.
- Jaguar Sun will switch to a take-out model beginning March 17, with limited seating and beverage service available in its courtyard.
- Itamae has temporarily closed its operation over the weekend and hopes to reopen soon.
- Biscayne Bay Brewing Company has closed its tap room until further notice, however, its beers are still available for sale at local retailers like Whole Foods, Publix, and Winn Dixie.
- Mandolin Aegean Bistro and Mrs. Mandolin had announced its temporarily closing March 16.
- Balloo is closing its doors today, March 16. It plans to reopen shortly with delivery and takeout options.
- Planta South Beach has temporarily suspended its operations at of March 16.