Local Business Operations & Temporary Closures

Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 crisis, a significant amount of Mobile businesses have taken precautionary measures and suspended operations to ensure the health and safety of employees and patrons.

COVID-19 Open/Closed Business OrderOn March 27, 2020, Governor Kay Ivey issues an Amended Statewide Social Distancing State Health Officer Order to close non-essential businesses effective March 28th at 5:00 p.m. The order is in effect until 5:00 p.m. April 17th when a determination on extending the order will be made. Visit Mobile will be updating the information below as businesses make adjustments to their operations.

The Mobile County Health Department issued a mandatory order to stop food consumption on the premises of restaurants, bars, and breweries. Below is a list of dining options who have modified their operations to comply with the Mobile County Health Department. 

If you want to help these businesses during this time, ordering gift cards or takeout meals from these places is a significant way you can make a huge difference!

We will continue to update this list as the information becomes available to Visit Mobile. 

Open Businesses

Dining 


Grocers

For grocers with Special Hours for Seniors click HERE

 

Attractions

ALL attractions are closed until further notice per the order from Governor Ivey

 

Retailers and Other Services

 


Temporarily Closed Businesses

These businesses are temporarily closed to protect the health and safety of the business and patrons. They will reopen at a later date.

Dining

 

Attractions

 

Retailers and Other Services

 

Nightlife


 

To add your business to either the Temporarily Closed Business List or to update your Business Operations, please fill out the Update My Business Form