UPDATED: The New Braunfels business and grocery guide

Gruene Hat Co. (Courtesy Gruene Hat Co.)
Gruene Hat Co. (Courtesy Gruene Hat Co.)

Gruene Hat Co. (Courtesy Gruene Hat Co.)

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D Pad continues to sell it's vast catalogue of used gaming products online. (Warren Brown/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Lucky Ewe sells yarn and tools for knitting, crocheting, spinning and weaving. (Community Impact Newspaper)


Note: This article will be updated as new information is received and is not a comprehensive list.

The city of New Braunfels has issued a stay-at-home order requiring all nonessential businesses to close down and others to adjust their operations. Restaurants are able to offer customers drive-thru, pickup, curbside and delivery services.

Businesses with exemptions to the rule include grocery stores, retail establishments, medical and childcare facilities, office spaces, hotels, residential buildings, and manufacturing facilities.

Information for these businesses will be updated as often as possible but may have operations or hours different than those described due to the developing nature of the coronavirus outbreak.


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Groceries and nutrition resources (Numbered on Map)

Services available (Purple on Map)


Closures (Red on Map)

Bars, lounges, nightclubs, taverns, microbreweries, micro-distilleries, wineries, private clubs, gyms or health studios, indoor commercial amusement businesses, bowling alleys, bingo parlors, massage parlors, theaters, barber shops, hair removal services, spas, tattoo or piercing parlors, nail salons, hair salons, beauty salons, and all other non-medical personal care services in New Braunfels are required by the city to close indefinitely.

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