Coronavirus Closings

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WEB EXCLUSIVE Across the country, the coronavirus outbreak and ensuing shutdown have been devastating to large and small businesses alike; the City of Oaks is no exception. Home to more than 30,000 small or locally-owned businesses, Raleigh is already seeing announcements of permanent closures of some of the city’s most loved restaurants, retailers, salons and boutiques. There will no doubt be more in the weeks to come. On this page, we will keep a running list of local businesses that have announced their closings as a resource for readers and residents and a record of the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Remember, now more than ever, it is important to support your favorite small businesses in whatever ways you can if you want to see them thriving once again. We will miss these great local businesses!

Raleigh Closures

Fresh Levant Announced (temporary) closing September 6

K&W Cafeterias in Cameron Village Closed August 25

Lady Luck Closed early August

Viva Chicken at North Hills Closed in July

Port of Raleigh Announced closing July 27

High Horse Announced closing July 8

Jose and Sons Announced closing June 5

Blue Lotus Announced closing studio May 27

Cameron Bar & Grill Announced closing May 26

Trophy Tab & Table Announced closing May 25

Scout & Molly’s North Hills Announced closing May 22

Gateway Restaurant Announced closing May 19

Oakwood Cafe Announced closing May 19

Linus and Pepper’s Announced closing May 12

Virgil’s Original Taqueria Announced closing May 12

Golden Corral, Glenwood Ave. location Announced closing May 8

Chuck’s Announced closing May 5

Spa Boudoir Announced closing April 30

Liquid State Announced closing April 23

Pharaoh’s North Hills

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