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What’s for Dinner: List of Oxford Restaurants that have reopened or remain closed

The Eagle will compile a list of Oxford restaurants that are open for dining room service, drive-thru and delivery only or closed completely.

On Monday, restaurants were allowed to reopen their dining rooms after being closed since mid-March. Dining rooms are not allowed to have more than 50-percent normal capacity and tables must be at least six feet apart. Restaurants must close their dining rooms at 10 p.m. each night.

The list is current as of May 12, and will be fluid as restaurants slowly return to normal service or choose to close again.

Dining Rooms Open:

  • City Hall Cheesecake
  • Fergndan’s Pizza
  • Funky’s
  • Huddle House
  • King’s Steakhouse
  • The Library
  • Little Easy Catering
  • Mugshots
  • Ole Coop Wings
  • Oxford Creamery
  • Oxford Grillehouse
  • Phillip’s Grocery
  • Round Table
  • Sipp on South Lamar
  • Southern Coop
  • Southern Craft Stove + Tap
  • Tallahatchie Gourmet
  • Tango’s
  • Volta Taverna
  • Uno Mas Tacos y Tequila

Curbside or Delivery Only:

  • 6 N Tubbs Pizza
  • B’s BBQ
  • Big City Snack (Big Bad Breakfast, City Grocery and Snackbar)
  • Bouré
  • The Cakery
  • Firehouse Subs
  • Greenline
  • Growler
  • H2O Oriental Cafe
  • Handy Andy
  • Krystal
  • La Perla Tapatía
  • Lenora’s
  • Lost Pizza Co.
  • Moe’s BBQ
  • Noodle Bowl
  • Ollie’s Donuts
  • Oxford Canteen
  • Rice & Spice
  • R&R Cookies
  • Saint Leo
  • SoLa
  • South Depot Taco Shop
  • Square Pizza
  • Venice Kitchen
  • Ya-Ya’s Frozen Yogurt

Closed Until Further Notice:

  • Ajax Diner
  • The Blind Pig
  • Chancellor’s House
  • Green Roof Lounge
  • Proud Larry’s
  • Saint Leo Lounge
  • Soulfish Cafe
  • Tarasque Cucina
  • Track 61 (currently operating as Volta 2)

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