Please remember your neighborhood businesses the next time you want to shop, eat out, or take out.
The 2020 pandemic has been especially hard for Emory Village business which have been struggling these past few months to stay solvent. Two businesses–Lucky’s, Tide Cleaners and Romeo’s have left the village in the past months.
However new state pandemic guidelines have allowed many restaurants and other businesses to reopen their doors or expand their offerings. In turn, businesses owners say they are working hard to keep their guests and employees safe and healthy.
Here’s a quick look at the status of Emory Village businesses.
Ali’s Cookies – Open, also takeout and delivery
All Fired Up – Open
Chase Bank -Closed until further notice
Chipotle -Open for take-out and delivery
CVS – Open
Dave’s Cosmic Subs – Open for takeout
Dragon Bowl – Open for dining on the patio, take out and delivery,
DoubleZero – Open with limited dine-In service, takeout and delivery
Falafel King – Open for take out.
Jimmy John’s – Open for take out and delivery
Lucky’s – Closed, out of business.
Panera – Open for dine-in, take out, and delivery
Majik Touch Cleaners – Open
Rise-N-Dine – Closed until further notice
Romeo’s – Closed, out of business
Saba –Closed, out of business.
Spa Aeon –Open
Starbucks, Emory – Open
Supercuts – Open
Tide Cleaners-Closed, out of business
Tutor Salon – Open
WaGaYa (Japanese) – Open with limited dine-In service. Take-out and delivery
Zoe’s Kitchen: Open