Last updated May 5, 2020. Originally published March 19, 2020.
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, Gov. Ned Lamont has prohibited on-premises dining at Connecticut restaurants. That doesn’t mean West Hartford’s restaurants are closed, however.
Below is a searchable list of restaurants, grocery stores, and bakeries that remain open for take-out, delivery, and/or curbside pickup. Scroll to the right to access phone numbers and websites for each establishment.
This list was initially compiled with the assistance of the West Hartford Chamber of Commerce and Eat IN Connecticut, and continued updates are being made by the staff at We-Ha.com. We apologize if there are any errors, and please provide any updates in the comments, or email [email protected].
Lamont’s Executive Order No. 7G, issued March 19, also permits certain restaurants and other eating establishments to sell sealed containers of alcohol with take-out food orders, subject to certain provisions. The businesses must have an active restaurant, café or tavern liquor permit issued by the Department of Consumer Protection, the sale must accompany a pick-up of food prepared on the premises, and can only sell the type of alcoholic beverages that they would ordinarily sell for on-premies consumption.
By a further executive order of the governor, businesses are now permitted to deliver alcoholic beverages along with food orders.
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