As restrictions ease, restaurants around Reston Town Center are starting to reopen for in-house dining with alternative services to keep customers and staff safe.
Many restaurants in the area are taking to social media letting customers know that they’re open for business. Still, for those who don’t feel comfortable dining around other people yet, many locations are also offering takeout and delivery.
Here is a list of updates from eateries around Reston Town Center.
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Barcelona Wine Bar (2900 Larimer Street) has reopened on-site dining with five tables that are available on a first-come-first-serve basis, according to one of the location’s staff members.
Clyde’s (11905 Market Street) is now offering both indoor and outdoor seating, its Facebook page said.
Crafthouse (1888 Explorer Street) is open for indoor dining, its Facebook said, adding that the location will be operating with alternative hours which can be found on the restaurant’s social media sites.
Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls (11939 Democracy Drive) is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. everyday. The restaurant offers takeout, outdoor seating and limited indoor seating.
Mon Ami Gabi (11950 Democracy Drive) is another eatery at Reston Town Center which has opened for indoor and outdoor dining, according to a post on Facebook.
North Italia (11898 Market Street) is open for indoor and outdoor dining, a staff member told Reston Now.
PassionFish (11960 Democracy Drive) is open for patio dining, according to a Facebook post.
Ted Bulletin (11948 Market Street) opened its dining room and outdoor seating at varied capacity, the website said.
The Capital Burger (11853 Market Street) offers indoor seating, outdoor dining options and take-out, according to a staff member.
The Counter (11922 Democracy Drive) is also open for limited indoor and outdoor seating, an employee told Reston Now.
&Pizza (1826 Library Street) is open, according to the Facebook page. But, it is unclear if they offer seating at this time.
Ben and Jerry’s ice cream shop (11916 Market Street) is open, according to its website.
Pitango Gelato (11942 Democracy Drive) is open for takeout, its website said.
Starbucks (1444 North Point Village Center) is open for takeout, its Facebook page said.
Sweetgreen is also open at 11935 Democracy Drive, according to Facebook.
Community Canteen is still closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic according to the Facebook page. It has not yet announced a reopening date.
Le Pain Quotidien is also still closed, according to its website.
Peet’s Coffee is also temporarily closed, according to its Facebook page.
Big Bowl at the Reston Town Center said on its website that the location closed permanently.
Photo via Mon Ami Gabi/Facebook
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