Miami Coronavirus Restaurant Closures

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After Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez on March 15 announced that all bars, clubs, restaurants, and movie theaters must cut capacity by 50 percent and close by 11 p.m. owing to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, many businesses have closed their doors until further notice. 

Below is a running list of those restaurants. If you know of a dining establishment that has suspended operations, email cafe@miaminewtimes.com and we will update this post.

Note: Though many restaurants remain open to the public, it's a good idea to call ahead to be sure, because the situation is changing rapidly.

Alma. Closed until further notice.

Balloo. The downtown Miami restaurant will close after service on March 16 and plans to "reopen ASAP with gift cards, delivery, and takeout."

Bar Meli 69. Closed until further notice.

Biscayne Bay Brewing Company. The taproom is closed until further notice.

Blue Collar. Closed until further notice.

Cafe La Trova. Closed until further notice.

Cleo. Closed until further notice.

Concrete Beach. The Wynwood brewery announced the closure of its taproom: "The health and safety of our drinkers, coworkers, and community is our top priority, and we’re taking additional measures to ensure their well-being. Out of an abundance of caution, we’ve decided to close Concrete Beach Brewery for a week, starting Friday, March 13, and have canceled all taproom events during the month of March. We are continuing to evaluate and will update accordingly."

Doma. Closed until further notice.

Fi'lia South Beach. Closed until further notice.

Frohzen. Closed until further notice.

The Genuine Group. All restaurants closed until further notice.

Gramps. Closed until further notice, though Pizza Tropical is available for delivery and pickup.

Itame. Closed until further notice.

La Cocina. Closed until further notice.

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. Closed until further notice.

Le Bouchon du Grove. Closed until further notice.

Le Jardinier. Closed until further notice.

Lure Fishbar. Closed until further notice.

Miam Cafe. Closed until further notice.

Mignonette. Closed until further notice.

Morgans. Closed until further notice.

Pez. Closed until further notice. The restaurant is selling gift cards, and all proceeds will be used to compensate employees while they’re out of work.

Planta. Closed until further notice.

Quality Meats. Closed until further notice.

Regent Cocktail Club. Closed until further notice.

Sweet Liberty. As of March 16, closed until further notice.

Time Out Market. As of March 16,  closed until further notice.

Vinaigrette. Closed until further notice.

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