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A list of Tampa Bay restaurants that are offering takeout during the coronavirus

Some local dining spots are still filling to-go orders for customers. Others have closed. We’re updating this guide constantly.
Josiah Kent, right, talks with Ashley Finegan, left, and Madison Binder while ordering a curbside nitro cold-brew coffee outside of Bandit Coffee Co. in St. Petersburg on March 17. Kent comes to Bandit from Tampa about once a week. [DIRK SHADD | Times]

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Local restaurants have had to close their dining rooms due to the coronavirus epidemic, but many have rolled out expanded takeout, delivery or curbside options. Here’s a searchable database. Want your restaurant in this list? Complete this form to be included.

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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