After weeks of widespread closures, Tampa Bay residents have witnessed a flood of re-opening announcements as stores dust off their counters and attractions unlock their doors.
It can be difficult to keep track of what’s open for business — which is why we compiled this list.
As Florida enters its different phases of re-opening outlined by Gov. Ron DeSantis, some customers may also prefer to keep their distance. This list includes businesses that are doing online orders as well as those opening up their physical locations.
In the rightmost column, you’ll find information provided by businesses about how best to order from them and some scheduled re-openings.
Included in this list is information compiled by Keep St. Petersburg Local — but we’d love to include more from all across the Tampa Bay area. Do you own a business that should be on this list? Please fill out this online form.
The list is separated by five categories of business: retail, groceries/bakeries, arts/crafts, classes/fitness, and other.
For a list of Tampa Bay restaurants and bars, go to this page.
Groceries and bakeries:
Arts and crafts:
Classes and fitness:
Times staffers Eli Zhang, Sara DiNatale, Ileana Najarro and Kathy Saunders contributed to this report.
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