NYC Mayor de Blasio has ordered restaurants and bars to shut down except for take-out and delivery.
With business down substantially all over town even before the shut down order, a growing list of NYC restaurants announced they were closing their doors entirely.
The list includes world-famous four-star restaurants and family-owned neighborhood favs.
Let’s all hope it’s just temporary, and that they’ll re-open.
Here’s a running list of restaurants that have announced temporary closures so far, according to Eater NY.
If you know of one not on this list, email [email protected] and we’ll add it to the list.
Restaurants Fully Closed in Manhattan
Chinatown, East Village and Theater District first, because these entire neighborhood have been affected more than most.
Note that restaurants inside NYC museums are closed, as are the museums.
NYC Restaurans Cosed in Chinatown
- Jim Fong, Upper West Side remains open until further notice
Theater District & Times Square
The Library and Joe’s Pub (part of the Public Theatre), Noho
Elsewhere in Manhattan
The Lodge at Gallow Greens (part of the McKittrick Hotel), Chelsea
Haven’s Kitchen, Chelsea
The Modern (inside the Museum of Modern Art), Midtown
Untitled (inside the Whitney Museum of American Art), Meatpacking District
Blue Smoke, Murray Hill and Battery Park City
Caffe Marchio, Nomad
Cedric’s at the Shed, Hudson Yards
Daily Provisions, Union Square and UWS
Gramercy Tavern, Gramercy Park
Intersect by Lexus, Meatpacking District
Jazz Standard, Murray Hill
Maialino, Gramercy Park
Manhatta, Financial District
Porchlight, Hudson Yards
Studio Cafe, Meatpacking District
Union Square Cafe, Union Square
Vini E Fritti, Murray Hill
Le Bernardin, Midtown
Sunflower Cafe, UWS
Restaurants Closed in Brooklyn
Restaurants Closed in Queens
Mina’s at MoMA PS1, Long Island City
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