Here’s where you can order food for takeout, delivery in Cy-Fair

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar is one of dozens of Cy-Fair eateries open for takeout and delivery business. (Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar is one of dozens of Cy-Fair eateries open for takeout and delivery business. (Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar is one of dozens of Cy-Fair eateries open for takeout and delivery business. (Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)

Following a 15-day mandate that all Houston and Harris County bars must close and restaurants can only offer takeout beginning March 17, restaurants throughout Cy-Fair have closed their dining rooms, with several temporarily utilizing delivery and curbside pickup options.

To help ease the financial hardship caused by the coronavirus, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a waiver to allow for the delivery of beer, wine and mixed drinks, effective March 18.



The following local eateries are open for business, with many offering curbside pickup or delivery options:





Editor's note: Community Impact Newspaper is regularly contacting Cy-Fair restaurants to learn the latest updates on how they are changing operations during the coronavirus outbreak. Readers and business owners can share updates with our team by emailing cyfnews@communityimpact.com or calling 512-989-6808. This list is not comprehensive.

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