A list of Tampa Bay restaurants open for dine-in or takeout during the coronavirus

Some local dining spots are filling to-go orders; others have opened their dining rooms. We’re updating this guide.
Lunch at Frenchy's Rockaway Grill on Monday, May 4.
Lunch at Frenchy's Rockaway Grill on Monday, May 4. [ DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times ]
Published March 18, 2020|Updated May 8, 2020

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After a nearly two-month statewide restaurant shutdown, Tampa Bay dining spots were allowed to reopen their dining rooms as of May 4. Some are doing so, while others are offering takeout and delivery. Here’s a searchable database that we are updating frequently. Use the arrows at the top to see more restaurants.

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Note: The curbside, delivery and takeout services of chain restaurants with multiple locations may vary from store to store. Reach out to your nearest location to confirm which options are being offered.

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