Neighborhood Restaurants are Reopening

Updated: Feb 21

Updated 2/21/2021 at 11:10 AM: Looks like most restaurants are now open, so we won't be updating this list again.

After a week of being shut-in and shut-off from the community, we're getting power back and neighborhood restaurants are starting to open. In the short-term, a visit to one of these places may be an easier option than the grocery store, which has limited hours and limited options.

We've scoured Facebook pages of local joints to identify those that are open. Following is a list of the ones we've found. A few notes first, though:

  1. Confirm that a place is open before heading out. Things are changing quickly!

  2. Note that many restaurants are not keeping their normal operating hours, so check on that too.

  3. Many have special menus in place as their supply chains have been interrupted, limiting their options.

  4. If you know of a Lavaca or King William restaurant that's open and not on this list, let us know (use the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page).

  5. We'll do our best to keep this list updated over the next couple of days or until things get back to normal.

Here's the list:

Azuca Nuevo Latino

Bar America


Beethoven Maennerchor


Blue Star Brewing Co.

Boozy's Creamery + Craft


Casa Frida


The Friendly Spot

The Good Kind Southtown

Halcyon Southtown

The Haven Southtown

Hot Joy

La Focaccia Italian Grill

La Frite

La Tuna Grill

Little Em’s Oyster Bar

Maverick Texas Brasserie

Pharm Table

Pizzeria Vesuvio

QPV Queso Pan y Vino

Re:Rooted 210 Urban Winery

Rosario’s Mexican Restaurant

Southtown 101

Southtown Pizzeria


Stella Public House

Tito's Mexican Restaurant

Tutti’s for Foodies