INTERACTIVE: Check the status of 1,124 dining establishments throughout Central Texas, from New Braunfels to Georgetown

Community Impact reporters and editors from New Braunfels to Georgetown and everywhere in between have been working to build a database of as many dining establishments as possible. (Rachael Russell/Community Impact Newspaper)
Community Impact reporters and editors from New Braunfels to Georgetown and everywhere in between have been working to build a database of as many dining establishments as possible. (Rachael Russell/Community Impact Newspaper)

Community Impact reporters and editors from New Braunfels to Georgetown and everywhere in between have been working to build a database of as many dining establishments as possible. (Rachael Russell/Community Impact Newspaper)

Dining establishments throughout Central Texas are still operating, but none are currently allowed to cater to dine-in customers due to the ongoing restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Because of this, Community Impact Newspaper reporters and editors from New Braunfels to Georgetown and everywhere in between have been working since late March to build a database of as many area dining establishments as possible.

Navigate the map below to see which restaurants in your area are still operating, have closed temporarily, are only offering pickup, have adjusted their hours of operation, have a delivery option and more.

This database is not comprehensive. Business owners and readers may email Community Impact Newspaper in their area to suggest or inquire about an establishment.

Find your area below to email the correct Central Texas market.


For Lake Travis-Westlake, email ltwfeedback@communityimpact.com.

For Central Austin, email ctafeedback@communityimpact.com.

For Southwest Austin, email swafeedback@communityimpact.com.

For Northwest Austin, email nwafeedback@communityimpact.com.

For New Braunfels, email nbffeedback@communityimpact.com.

For San Marcos-Buda-Kyle, email sbkfeedback@communityimpact.com.

For Georgetown, email geofeedback@communityimpact.com.

For Cedar Park-Leander, email lcpfeedback@communityimpact.com.

For Round Rock-Pflugerville-Hutto, email rphfeedback@communityimpact.com.
By Brian Rash
Brian has been a reporter and editor since 2012. He wrote about the music scene in Dallas-Fort Worth before becoming managing editor for the Graham Leader in Graham, Texas, in 2013. He relocated to Austin, Texas, in 2015 to work for Gatehouse Media's large design hub. He became the editor for the Lake Travis-Westlake publication of Community Impact in August 2018.


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