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List: Restaurants, shops, venues closed during coronavirus outbreak

A growing number of venues, including concert halls, restaurants and retail shops, are closing during the coronavirus outbreak to limit person-to-person contact.

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RALEIGH, N.C. — A growing number of venues, including concert halls, restaurants and retail shops, are closing during the coronavirus outbreak to limit person-to-person contact. WRAL is keeping a running list here.

Restaurants (Many places though are offering delivery or take-out options!)

  • Kingfisher Cocktail Bar
  • Morgan Street Food Hall will be open for curbside carry-out only. Dining room is closed.
  • Motorco Parts and Labor will be closed until April 1
  • Mofu Shoppe
  • Brewery Bhavana
  • Andia's ice cream
  • Poole's Diner, Poole'side Pies, Beasley's
  • Chuck's, Death and Taxes and Fox Liquor Bar
  • Ponysaurus Brewery
  • Garland
  • Howling Cow has temporarily suspended operations at the Howling Cow Dairy Education Center and Creamery
  • Mofu Shoppe
  • Blind Barbour
  • Bar Brunello
  • Boxcar
  • The District Raleigh / Social 113
  • Kitchen
  • Crooks Corner
  • Gonza Tacos Y Tequila
By March 25 at 5 p.m., Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered the following businsses close:
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys
  • Iceskating rinks
  • Indoor exercise facilities (e.g. gyms, yoga studios and martial arts facilities)
  • Health clubs
  • Indoor pools
  • Live performance venues
  • Movie theaters
  • Rollerskating rinks
  • Spas
  • Sweepstakes lounges
  • Video game arcades
  • Personal care and grooming businesses, including:
  • Barber shops
  • Beauty salons
  • Hair salons
  • Manicure/pedicure providers
  • Massage therapy
  • Nail salons
  • Tattoo parlors

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