Coronavirus shuts down Maplewood: Acero to Zee Bee Market, many have drive-up, online service

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Due to the current need for social distancing many restaurants and other small businesses have gone to curbside delivery, or have closed down totally for now. It’s evident all over downtown Maplewood.

Maplewood City Hall will also be closed and remain closed until further notice, the city announced on Sunday—the result of a a stay at home order in St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis beginning Monday, March 23.

Richmond Heights City Hall closed to visitors as of Thursday, March 19 and The Heights Community Center and Memorial Library  closed Tuesday, March 17.

The city of Brentwood says online that it is: “taking steps in an effort to protect the well-being of the public and City employees.”

These are some of the signs seen on businesses in Maplewood, in alphabetical order — many are closed, some open. Many restaurants are offering curbside pickup or delivery.

Acero
Airedale Antics is OPEN
Aldi is OPEN
Artists First
AT&T
Benevolent King
Blend, OPEN with appointments
The Blue Duck
Boardwalk Waffles
Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions
The Book House
Boost Mobile
Bouffant Daddy
CBD Canvas Boutique & Dispensary
Cheryl’s Herbs
Clarkson Eyecare
The Crow’s Nest
CVS Pharmacy is OPEN
Evangel Temple
Great Harvest Bread Co. OPEN with limited hours
Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
Indigo Massage & Wellness
La Cosecha Coffee
The Dubliner
Elmwood OPEN, pickup only
Empire Supply
Fantasy Shop
Flying Tiger Motorcycles
Foley’s
Foundation Grounds
Kakao Chocolate
Las Palmas
Living Arts
Living Room
Leopard
Maplewood Public Library
Mauhaus
Maven Bath & Candle Co.
McAllister’s
Metro by T-Mobile
Paramount Plewelers
Penzeys Spices
The Piccadilly
Pie Oh My
Pizza Hut
Planet Score Records
Playgrounds
The Post
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers OPEN
Rich’s Hair Salon
Robata (robatamaplewood.com)
Saratoga Lanes
Scheidt True Value is OPEN normal hours: 8am – 6pm Mon – Sat
Schlafly Bottleworks
Side Project Cellar
Sole Survivor
Spa Osthetics
STL Herbs & Aromatics
Stone Spiral Coffee
Strange Donuts — OPEN, cards only
Subway
Tapped

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Thai Table
Traveling Tea
Urban Breath Yoga Studio
Vom Fass
Walmart
White Castle OPEN
Zee Bee Market

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  1. Artists First STL has been closed since March 17th – resources and on line art facilitation can be found on facebook and http://www.artistsfirststl.org

    P.S. more businesses are closed on the 7100 block of Manchester (still Maplewood and part of the SBD).

  2. All beauty salons, nail salons, and tattoo parlors are required to close under mandatory closure. There is no way they can be 6 foot from their clients.

  3. Thank you so much for this listing!! Many, most of the churches have online services. I know that the Maplewood United Methodist Church has live broadcasts at 11 a.m. on Sundays and other recorded services posted. Just google but be sure to get Maplewood United Methodist here and not New Jersey, etc! ? It is an hour well spent. Maplewood stl…..Again, thanks so much!!?

  4. In response to Social Distancer’s comment. Planet Score Records is completely closed. The picture here is of a sign we had up before we closed up completely. We are taking this very seriously and are not offering curb side pick up. Please be safe and well, everyone. — — [Planet Score, the photo here is now the most recent sign on your door]

  5. So Blend, a salon is an “essential business”? Pretty sure beauty salons are on the list of non essential businesses. A record store delivering curbside is prob not essential either.

  6. I sure hope the city will put pressure on property owners to work with local businesses during this crisis. It would be a shame to see local businesses shut down because they aren’t able to pay their rent in the short term. Social distancing is very important to slow the spread of COVID-19 so hospitals are not overwhelmed.

    Doug could you interview city leaders (remotely) to see what steps they are taking?

  7. Not everyone on lock down. C Oliver having a wedding reception Sunday night with way more than 10 people. This is a serious pandemic and this business is not taking our public health serious!

    • Really??? As a freelance musician, a large chunk of my income was taken away because of the limit of 50 and then limit of 9 or 10. Weddings? Gone or rescheduled. Church gigs? Gone. Forget Easter and Holy Week, normally a big boost to my income. Concerts? Gone. Nothing in April. Jobs in May are getting postponed or canceled. At the same time, my wife is in a high risk health category. You’d think we should get a break in bills, but no, they keep showing up in my mailbox. These are stressful times with a disease that is very life threatening.

  8. Great to get these phone numbers. Thank you! A complete list would be appreciated! Got some food from the Post but sometimes online and phones can be tricky. BUT we need to patronize our Maplewood businesses!

  9. so strange to see and realize what is going on. Hard to imagine this happening here. Hope this helps get things under control.

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