Here’s a List of the DC-Area Bars and Restaurants Closed Due to Coronavirus

Plus, businesses that are offering takeout and delivery only.

Maialino Mare. Photograph by Scott Suchman
Coronavirus 2020

About Coronavirus 2020

Washingtonian is keeping you up to date on the coronavirus around DC.

Many DC-area bars and restaurants are closing in the face of a Covid-19 health crisis, and orders in both the District and Maryland to shut down businesses for dine-in service. Fortunately there’s also a large number of places offering pickup and delivery for meals, alcohol, and necessities.

The hour-to-hour changes are overwhelming, and it’s been hard for us to maintain this list while keeping everyone informed of other news. Fortunately, others are doing a great job of compiling an extensive list of closures and takeout and delivery options. For more up-to-date information check out Dining at a Distance.

Here’s a frequently updated list of some of our favorite DC-area restaurants offering pickup and delivery. And here’s a roundup of restaurants and bars getting creative with alcohol to-go.

Temporarily Closed

Anchovy Social

All Souls

A Rake’s Progress


Blue 44

The Brixton


DC Reynolds

Del Mar

El Techo


Fiola Mare

Filomena Restaurant

Granville Moore’s

Hank’s Oyster Bar/ Hank’s Cocktail Bar

Hill’s Kitchen

Il Canale

La Jambe

Little Sesame

Maialino Mare



MGM National Harbor

Momofuku CCDC

New Columbia Distillers

The Pug

Reveler’s Hour

Roy Boys




Sonny’s Pizza

Soupergirl (downtown DC)

Spoken English

Tail Up Goat

Timber Pizza Co.

Thip Kao/Padaek/Hanumanh


All-Purpose dishes up Italian-American specialties. Photograph by Scott Suchman

Takeout/Delivery Only

2 Amys (Cathedral Heights): Takeout from the restaurant; call

Albi (Navy Yard): Pickup and delivery to Navy Yard apartments only.

Anju (Dupont Circle): Takeout ordering via website or call, starting March 16

All-Purpose (Shaw, Navy Yard): Delivery via Caviar 

Bad Saint (Columbia Heights): Takeout from the restaurant

Bar Charley (Dupont Circle, as of March 16): Takeout via Chownow; delivery via UberEats, starting at 11:30 AM March 19

Bayou Bakery (Arlington): Takeout and UberEats delivery

Birch and Barley (Logan Circle): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Bluejacket (Navy Yard): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Boundary Stone (Bloomingdale): Delivery via Caviar

Brother’s and Sisters (Adams Morgan): Delivery

Call Your Mother: Pickup and delivery 

Chiko (Dupont, Barracks Row): Takeout and delivery via Caviar and DoorDash, starting March 16

Chaia (Georgetown, Mt. Vernon): Pickup and delivery

Columbia Firehouse (Old Town): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Cork Bar & Market (Cardozo, as of March 16): Market open; free delivery to neighborhood; takeout via Caviar, starting March 17

El Chucho (Columbia Heights, as of March 16): Takeout via Chownow; delivery via UberEats, starting at 11:30 AM March 18

Gravitas: Delivery

The Dabney: Takeout meals directly from the restaurant.

Emilie’s (Capitol Hill, as of March 16): Takeout from the restaurant; details TBD

Etto (Logan Circle): Takeout from the restaurant; call or order online

Evening Star Cafe (Del Ray): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Ghar E Kebab (Silver Spring): Takeout and delivery only

Goodbar Restaurants (Bar Charley, El Chucho, Slash Run, Quarry House Tavern, Little Coco’s): Delivery and takeout available.

Hazel (Shaw): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Immigrant Food (Downtown, as of March 16): Delivery and pick up only

Iron Gate (Dupont Circle): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Ivy & Coney (Shaw): Delivery and takeout via GrubHub

Izakaya Seki (Shaw): Takeout from the restaurant; call or online

Johnny’s Half Shell (Adams Morgan)

Little Coco’s (Petworth, as of March 16): Takeout via Chownow, delivery via UberEats, starting at 11:30 AM March 17

Maxwell Park (Shaw, Navy Yard): Pickup and delivery for wine.

Maydan/Compass Rose (Logan Circle): Maydan’s full menu is available to-go for pick-up; Compass Rose will have a limited takeout menu.

Mandu (Mt. Vernon Triangle): Takeout and delivery via Caviar, starting March 16

Mintwood Place (Adams Morgan)

The Partisan (Penn Quarter): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Pom Pom (Petworth): Takeout from the restaurant (meals as well as items like toilet paper, frozen chicken, eggs, milk, and bottled water)

Quarry House Tavern (Silver Spring, as of March 16): Takeout via Chownow; delivery via UberEats, starting at 11:30 AM March 17

Red Hen (Bloomingdale): Takeout from the restaurant; call 

Rito Loco (Shaw, as of March 16): Takeout and delivery via UberEats, Caviar, and GrubHub

Shilling Canning Company (Navy Yard): Pickup and delivery.

Schlow Restaurant Group (The Riggsby, Nama, Tico, Alta Strada, Casolare, Prima): Takeout and delivery only via UberEats, Caviar, GrubHub, DoorDash, Postmates

Soupergirl (Takoma Park)

Spices (Cleveland Park, as of March 17): Pick up only, call

Sweetgreen (multiple area locations): Orders available through the Sweetgreen app; pickup in-store at specified times. Or delivery via app and UberEats

ThinkFoodGroup Restaurants: Jaleo, China Chilcano, America Eats Tavern. Pickup meals, details coming soon.

Union Market (NoMa) The vendors at the food hall must offer delivery or takeout only via delivery apps or phone.

Vermilion (Old Town): Delivery via Doordash, starting at 5 PM March 16

Food Editor

Anna Spiegel covers the dining and drinking scene in her native DC. Prior to joining Washingtonian in 2010, she attended the French Culinary Institute and Columbia University’s MFA program in New York, and held various cooking and writing positions in NYC and in St. John, US Virgin Islands.

Ann Limpert
Executive Food Editor/Critic

Ann Limpert joined Washingtonian in late 2003. She was previously an editorial assistant at Entertainment Weekly and a cook in New York restaurant kitchens, and she is a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education. She lives in Logan Circle.

Jessica Sidman
Food Editor

Jessica Sidman covers the people and trends behind D.C.’s food and drink scene. Before joining Washingtonian in July 2016, she was Food Editor and Young & Hungry columnist at Washington City Paper. She is a Colorado native and University of Pennsylvania grad.

Emma Francois is an editorial fellow at Washingtonian covering everything from food to fashion. She graduated from Georgetown University and has previously worked for USA Today, the Georgetown Voice, and the Chautauquan Daily.