On Thursday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued a statewide public health disaster proclamation in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Under that proclamation, restaurants have been ordered to close their dining rooms, and gatherings larger than 10 people have been banned.

Obviously this will have a drastic economic impact on businesses across Central Texas - particularly locally owned restaurants. However, delivery, takeout, and curbside options are still allowed, and many restaurants are now able to delivery beer, wine, and mixed drinks thanks to a wavier from Gov. Abbott.

If your business remains open and offering services to the people of Central Texas, we want to help you get the word out. Simply fill out the form below. Your submission will appear in the spreadsheet below the form after a few minutes (You may need to wait a few minutes, then refresh the page to see the form update.)

Our goal is to make sure that your customers know you are still open and still providing the same great food, products, and service you always have.

We'll get through this together, and part of that means continuing to support our local businesses. After all, they're owned and operated by our friends and neighbors.

Here is a list of the responses we've gotten. It should update automatically, but we will continue to monitor it in case of errors. You may need to wait a few minutes, then refresh this page to see the latest submissions.

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