LIVE UPDATES: Learn what Coppell, Valley Ranch, Las Colinas businesses are doing to stay open amid the coronavirus outbreak

Small business owners in Coppell, Valley Ranch and Las Colinas are seeking support amidst coronavirus fears. (Courtesy Pexels)
Small business owners in Coppell, Valley Ranch and Las Colinas are seeking support amidst coronavirus fears. (Courtesy Pexels)

Small business owners in Coppell, Valley Ranch and Las Colinas are seeking support amidst coronavirus fears. (Courtesy Pexels)

Businesses across the nation are shifting everyday operations to continue service during the coronavirus outbreak.

In Coppell, Valley Ranch and Las Colinas, dining and shopping establishments are finding innovative ways to stay open while also attempting to slow the spread of the disease.

Additionally, Dallas County officials announced March 16 that all restaurants can only offer delivery, takeout or drive-thru services.

All bars, lounges, taverns, arcades and private clubs must close.

The county also urges individuals not to attend any nonessential gatherings of 50 people or more.


The order will remain in effect until 11 a.m. March 20. It comes as part of the March 16 announcement from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.

Community Impact Newspaper is regularly contacting these businesses to learn more about how they are managing. The latest updates can be found below.

Readers and business owners can share updates with the Coppell-Valley Ranch-Las Colinas editorial team by emailing gpugh@communityimpact.com. You can also reach us by phone at 512-989-6808.

Restaurants


Published 4 p.m. March 18:


  • Chick-fil-A announced March 16 it is closing the dining rooms across all its storefronts. Various locations will offer takeout service via the drive-thru. Others may offer mobile order options. www.chick-fil-a.com

  • The recently opened Pacific Table location in Las Colinas is temporarily closing amid coronavirus concerns. It is located at 5238 N O'Connor Blvd., Ste 136, Irving. 972-957-7620. www.pacifictable.com

  • Rodizio Grill-Dallas/Irving is closing amid coronavirus concerns. It is located at 5400 Green Park Drive, Irving. The restaurant group will post updates on its Facebook page and website. 972-550-8888. www.rodiziogrill.com


Published March 17:


  • Zenzero Kitchen and Bakery has changed its hours to 8 a.m.-3 p.m. daily. Customers can place to-go orders, and employees will deliver the orders to customers' cars. The restaurant and kitchen is located at 171 N. Denton Tap Road, Ste. 600. Coppell. 469-293-3550. www.zenzerokitchen.com

  • J. Macklin's Grill is providing takeout orders and is no longer accepting dine-in orders. The restaurant has provided an updated menu on its Facebook page. 972-393-0200. www.jmacklinsgrill.com

  • Cool River announced March 17 that it is closing its kitchen indefinitely. The Las Colinas staple serves brunch, lunch and dinner menus, and it also serve Angus Beef-brand steaks. 972-871-8881. www.coolrivercafe.com

  • Anamia's Tex-Mex in Coppell is offering to-go orders with curbside pickup. The Tex-Mex restaurant is located at 106 N. Denton Tap Road, Ste. 240, Coppell. 972-304-0321. www.anamias.com

  • Rodeo Goat Cypress Waters announced March 17 that it will provide curbside pickup through phone orders. The restaurant also provides delivery through Uber Eats and DoorDash. 972-440-1530. www.rodeogoat.com/cypresswaters



Other


Published 4 p.m. March 18:


  • The Irving Food Pantry Program run by the Salvation Army provides food assistance Mon.-Thu. from 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m.. The Salvation Army of Irving is also accepting canned and dry goods as well as toiletries. It is located at 250 E. Grauwyler Road, Irving. 972-438-6553. www.salvationarmyntx.org


Published March 17:


  • The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce announced March 17 it will close its office from March 16-27. Staffers will still be accessible through phone, text and email. The office is located at 5201 N. O'Connor Blvd., Ste. 100, Irving. 214-217-8484. www.irvingchamber.com

  • Spirit of Texas announced March 1 that it is closed through March 20. Practice was expected to resume March 21. The gym is located at 1201 S. Beltline Road, Ste. 150, Coppell. 972-304-6888. www.spirit-of-texas.com

By Gavin Pugh
Gavin has reported for Community Impact Newspaper since June 2017. His beat has included Dallas Area Rapid Transit, public and higher education, school and municipal governments and more. He now serves as the editor of the Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake edition.


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