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On May 1st, restaurants in Texas are allowed to open dining rooms for 25 percent of normal occupancy. This follows the period in which many restaurants scrambled to adapt to the orders to close.

While many of our beloved local restaurants may have the resources or ability to open their doors, others have opted to continue to keep dining rooms closed. However, their kitchens are still cooking up the good stuff during the coronavirus pandemic.

Here's a list of those restaurants we have learned will continue to offer curbside pickup and/or delivery, but will not be offering dine-in just yet:

  • Nick's Sportsbar
  • The Crafthouse Gastropub
  • DoubleDave's Lubbock
  • River Smith's
  • Schlotzsky’s
  • Parma Ristorante Italiana
  • Yamagata Japanese Steakhouse & Shabu Shabu
  • Samburgers
  • Pepe's Pizza and Ice Cream
  • All American Eatery & Catering Co.
  • Arandas Taquería
  • Bangkok Thai Restaurant
  • El Ranchito Burrito
  • J&M BBQ
  • Beef 'O' Brady's Lubbock
  • Glazed Honey Ham Company
  • Crave Creperie + Dessert Bar
  • Crave. South
  • Four Bar K
  • Picantes Restaurante
  • One Guy From Italy on 50th
  • One Guy On University
  • The Shack BBQ
  • Texas Roadhouse
  • Miss Ann's Classic Diner
  • Chuy's
  • Italian Garden
  • Montelongo’s
  • Rachael’s Restaurant
  • Coopers Drive-In
  • Evie Maes BBQ
  • Kingstreet Pub
  • Now We Taco’N
  • Thai Pepper
  • Taqueria Guadalajara
  • Jazz A Louisiana Kitchen Lubbock
  • Arby's
  • Papa John's
  • Tikka Shack
  • Giorgio's Pizza
  • Burrito King

 

To add to this list, or if a business on this list has opened their dining area for customers, email kelly.plasker@townsquaremedia.com with the subject line, open for business.