Update: Many cities like Atlanta, Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Decatur, and Sandy Springs mandated the closure of all bars and suspended dine-in service at all restaurants. Takeout and delivery is still allowed.
Here’s the latest list of restaurants and bars around the city and metro Atlanta area that have closed temporarily.
City of Brookhaven
All restaurants and bars ordered to suspend dine-in service until March 30. Delivery and takeout allowed for restaurants with proper permitting.
Restaurants with multiple Metro Atlanta locations
Botiwalla (and in PCM, too)
St. Cecilia: Tentatively reopening March 23 for takeout and delivery only
King + Duke: Tentatively reopening March 30 for takeout and delivery only
Little Star Provisions
The Optimist: Tentatively reopening March 30 for takeout and delivery only
Marcel Tentatively reopening March 30 for takeout and delivery only
Twelve Eighty High Museum campus
Cacao Atlanta (all locations)
OLD FOURTH WARD/PONCEY-HIGHLAND
Ponce City Market (as of 9 p.m., March 17)
Noni’s (until at least March 31)
Butter and Cream (and in Decatur)
Staplehouse: Possible takeout options forthcoming
Inman Park/Cabbagetown/Reynoldstown/Glenwood Park
Hell Yeah Gluten Free (at least two weeks)
BeetleCat: Tentatively reopening March 30 for takeout and delivery only
Argosy: Delivery may be forthcoming; check restaurant’s social media pages for updates
Westview/West End/Adair Pakr
Check the Georgia Department of Public Health website for further guidance and updates on COVID-19.