Some restaurants decide to re-open while others close temporarily

In the past week, some restaurants have decided to re-open after temporarily closing. But some others decided to close down until further notice.

Avivo Brick Oven Pizzeria – 2441 N Maize Road
Avivo decided to reopen over the weekend for curbside Togo orders. According to their Facebook page, they had a great turnout and will be open again this week Thursday- Saturday 4-8pm.

Delano BBQ Co. – 710 W. Douglas
The Delano neighborhood BBQ restaurant reopened Monday. Meals can be picked up for carryout.

Meddys – Greenwich Location
The fast food Mediterranean restaurant has decided to open up their Greenwich location. The other locations still remain closed for the time being.

N&J Cafe – 5600 E Lincoln
Hot off of an EL-EAT EIGHT win and a spot into the Final Four of Hunger Games: The Wichita Restaurant Bracket, N&J Cafe is back open for carryout and curbside delivery. Their hours will be Monday-Thursday: 11-6pm, Friday-Saturday: 11-7pm. Call ahead to order at (316)681-3975.

While those restaurants have reopened recently, there were some local places that have decided to change course and close temporarily.

Crafted9730 E 21st St N

Mo’s Hut – 2800 E Central Ave

Norton’s Brewing Company – 125 N. St. Francis

Picasso’s Pizzeria East – 5900 E Central Ave

River City Brewing Company – 150 N Mosley Ave

To view a complete list of restaurants open and closed because of COVID-19, check out our Who’s Open and Closed List. At the same time, you can view a list of all available Family Meals in town here.

Happy Dining,

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