These NYC Restaurants Are Closed For Indoor Dining Due To COVID-19 Outbreaks

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These NYC Restaurants Are Closed For Indoor Dining Due To COVID-19 Outbreaks

It may as well feel like we’ve gone back in time to March 2020 with COVID-19 cases on the rise and multiple closures being observed across the city. On the bright side, hospitalizations haven’t seen a dramatic increase and the city is putting forth many efforts to help protect against the Omnicron variant.

Restaurants have had some of the most difficult obstacles to overcome within the past year and a half, and sadly they are still heavily impacted by the pandemic. To provide the safest environments possible, some NYC restaurants are temporarily closing their doors. Luckily, many have set reopening dates as we hope to see each return stronger, safer, and healthier than before.

Here’s a current list of NYC restaurants closed for indoor dining by borough:


  • Bandits  (until December 27th)
  • The Garret East (until December 27th)
  • Contento (until December 27th)
  • Wildair (until December 28th)
  • Temperance Wine Bar (until December 30th)
  • Pasquale Jones (until further notice)
  • Yellow Rose (until further notice)
  • Bernie’s (until further notice)
  • Miracle on 9th Street (until further notice)
  • Reverence NYC (until further notice)


  • Grand Army (until December 26th)
  • Winona’s (until December 27th)
  • Chez Ma Tante (until December 27th)
  • Bar Meridian (until December 27th)
  • The Four Horsemen (until December 28th)
  • Nite Nite (until December 28th)
  • Pheasant (until December 28th)
  • Win Son Bakery (until December 28th)
  • Ugly Baby (until January 1st)
  • Sama Street (until January 6th)
  • Teddy’s (until further notice)
  • Philomena’s (until further notice)
  • Xilonen (until further notice)
  • Rule Of Thirds (until further notice)
  • Rialto Grande (until further notice)
  • Hana Makgeolli (until further notice)


  • The Acre (until December 31st)
  • I Like Food (until further notice)

Stay tuned for updates to come.

*As NYC goes through another surge of this pandemic, please check to make sure businesses on this list are open and follow any safety protocols. As a note, the city requires proof of full vaccination for indoor dining and activities, and encourages residents to get their booster shots to protect themselves against the Omicron variant. Stay safe, New York.*

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